An Advent Journey with St. Elizabeth Ann Seton | A Five-Part Series. Week Two: To Trust God and Repent.
An invitation from the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy asked me to create a reflection for their digital Advent + Christmas crèche calendar for 2022
I suspect many of our parents remember how often we asked the question. “How how long until Christmas”? I remember I could hardly wait for the gift!s!
Share your thoughts on a weekly image of St. Vincent de Paul as portrayed by a contemporary artist.
Happy to report that it’s been a busy summer for the Vincentian Lay Missionaries (VLM) in Ireland.
In preparation for Christmas the Systemic Change Commission invites you to a weekly offering of Advent Reflections. Charity and Justice.
At this special time of the year when our thoughts turn to giving thanks, it is appropriate to reflect on the many reasons Vincentians have to be grateful.
There is a story about an old Chinese farmer who lived in ancient times. He was the envy of his rather small village because unlike most of the other farmers, he possessed a horse.
One definition of the word reflection is “an image as seen in a mirror.” In addition, we often use this term to reflect on a prayer or other topical subject.
“Humanity has a choice: cooperate or perish.” It is either a Climate Solidarity Pact – or a Collective Suicide Pact.”
An Advent Journey with St. Elizabeth Ann Seton | A Five-Part Series. Week One: Hope in the Darkness.
One way to hear the Advent Gospel message is to put ourselves in the shoes of all those people walking out to that desert to listen to John the Baptist.