A Vincentian View: Pentecost Season

We call the several weeks that follow the celebration of Christmas, the “Christmas Season.”  Similarly, many weeks follow the solemnity of Easter, and we refer to this stretch as the “Easter Season.”

I Asked the Wrong Question About the Trinity

I never liked preaching on the Trinity. Few priests would place it at the top of their list of topics they like to preach about.

Table to Which Jesus Invites us

Jesus gives us his flesh to eat and his blood to drink.  To sit down at his table means to be one with him and with others. Jesus tells the Jews, that is to say, the Jewish religious authorities, that the bread he will give is his flesh.  This gives rise to a quarrel...

Vincentian Prayer Images – Art By Vincentians 7

Share your thoughts on a weekly image of artwork made by members of the Vincentian Family.

Breath that Creates, Gives Life and Renews

Breath that Creates, Gives Life and Renews

Jesus, the Good Shepherd, has come so that his followers, his sheep, may have life and have it to the full.  He passes on to them his breath. In the Acts of the Apostles, fifty days separate Pentecost from Easter.  But that is not so in John’s Gospel that we hear or...

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