The graphic illustrates two common, but disastrous, attitudes.
Articles in Formation
This Lent, we offer to you the 2020 Lenten Video Series created by the Central Association of the Miraculous Medal. Day 18: Appreciation.
Jesus looks at people as the One who has sent him looks at them. If we look as he does, we shall have the light of...
Being charitable and being a missionary are, in reality, fundamental conditions so that the partners can be proclaimed Vincentians.
There are few questions more mystifying than those about motivation. What motivation drove St. Vincent de Paul?
It was November of 2007 when I first met Sister of Charity of Cincinnati Janet Gildea. I needed a place to stay near El Paso, Texas, while researching for my senior thesis. Two different people suggested I contact Janet, and she responded right away with, "We'd be...
Take a moment to watch this 2-minute video on Gun Control produced by the Ladies of Charity USA Advocacy.
St. Vincent tells us to wait for Providence, not to tread upon its heels.
Every time some idea was proposed at Vatican II which appeared new, I said to myself “Saint Vincent taught us that!” Sr. Guillemin, DC on her experience as an official “auditor” at Vatican II
The pervasive presence and practice of racism in our society agitates my Vincentian heart.
Listen carefully (again) to the first line of the parable: “A man had two sons.” Until the account of both sons receives a hearing, the telling cannot be completed or properly understood.
Have you ever had a medical emergency after hours?