We are called to help our neighbours to change the circumstances of their lives by helping them remove the barriers which keep which keep them in poverty.
Articles in Reflections
As evictions increase women religious are once again stepping up.
Psalm 19 points in a similar direction and enables us to continue to reflect on Joseph as a just man in relation to the law of his people.
When will we really buy into the systemic change of thinking Jesus came to show us?
Jesus was once dead, but now he lives forever and ever (Rev 1, 18). For God raised him from the dead. May our misgivings not lead us to deny him. It is hard to get rid of misgivings. And misgivings can easily arise even in the hearts of the disciples. But...
St. Vincent told the Daughters of Charity: “The first thing you should do when you’ve risen and have begun to dress is to kneel down and adore God.”
Easter Greetings 2021 of Father Tomaž Mavrič, C.M., the President of the Vincentian Family Executive Committee.
In today’s world where countless organisms have been destroyed or are under threat, the cross of Christ reveals God’s redemptive co-suffering with creation in all its complexity, struggle and pain.
“The Pope Video” series continues! Watch the latest 2-minute installment: Fundamental Rights.
A simple PowerPoint to guide your group step by step in the process of apostolic reflection.
Looking at Jesus through the eyes of a Jewish person or a Gentile.
The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul, Canada’s social justice committee has been tasked with developing material and recommendations related to the issue of systemic racism.