Fr. Rooney’s summer series on Vincentian “habits” of spirituality talks about the habit of #prayer.
"Something else to which you must pay very close attention is to be very dependent on the guidance of the Son of God;...
Among the Missionaries of the Congregation of the Mission, there is a martyr who cried tears of joy when he was sent to China and when he was imprisoned there.
Belonging is “the feeling of security and support when there is a sense of acceptance, inclusion, and identity for a member of a certain group.”
As Lent approaches, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton and St. Scholastica remind us to examine our hearts and prioritize and cultivate a fervent desire for God.
Each year I select a theme that gives direction to one/some of the programs that I organize at St. John’s University.
Jesus, who is in the bosom of the Father and knows him up close, shows us the divine face. He wants us to be perfect as our Father. It is quite clear what it means to be perfect as our Father in heaven: to go beyond what the law and the prophets command and forbid. ...
At first glance, it may seem like quite a stretch to connect Ash Wednesday, Valentine’s Day, and Systemic Change. But hear me out. Actually, it is not that hard.
The love between spouses is a mirror of God’s enduring love for us. Few examples of such love are more poignant than Elizabeth Ann Seton’s tender care for her dying husband William during their long quarantine in a damp lazaretto after their journey to Italy.
Share your thoughts on a weekly image of St. Vincent de Paul as portrayed by a contemporary artist.
I would like to invite Famvin members to consider joining this group through our Facebook page.
Rome, 13 February 2023 “Making our families and communities a foretaste of heaven” Dear members of the Vincentian Family Movement, May the grace and peace of Jesus be always with us! From the creation of the world, God wished that not a single human being would live...