Reading our “declaration of independence” can serve as an examination of conscience on the struggles in living out this declaration over the two and a half centuries since then.
At the same time that we achieve “unity in diversity,” another unfoldment automatically takes place: the search for holiness.
Two stories from Colorado Vincentian Volunteers: “Be Still” by Mary Adamand a digital story by Maggie Loughran.
Contemplation can be cultivated in many ways that don’t require a monastic, solitary, silent approach. St. Vincent shows us to pray in a different and more concrete way.
The sign of the cross enables us to confess our belief in our Triune God in a regular though sometimes forgetful manner.