Cynthia Griffith, writing for Invisible People, backed up this “new math.”
Articles in Reflections
In the readings of the Easter Season, it sometimes seems that the two positions of “seeing” and “believing” are mutually exclusive.
In a recent homily, Pope Francis warned us about “the empty seats in the school of Jesus:” Do any of these excerpts hit home?
I can imagine Peter’s consternation when Jesus challenges him to head out one more time. Likely shaking his head, Peter nonetheless gives his “ok, one more!”
How many of us are aware of the problem Luke was addressing with his gospel?
Jesus became a curse to free us from curses and fill us with blessings. He became sinner and poor to make us just and rich. Those who are to catch men and women have much to learn still. And today the one who has called them teaches them about curses and blessings....
One of the reasons for Saint Vincent de Paul to be considered a key figure in the history of the holiness of the Church is his style of living his vocation. Each week we will present an example.
The MISEVI Poland Association has been officially working since 2017.
“The Pope Video” series continues! Watch the latest 2-minute installment: For Religious Sisters and Consecrated Women.
We probably should thank Alka-Seltzer for a phrase used by most mothers. (It seems they all went to the same “Mommy School”)
While we pride ourselves as Vincentians, on our efforts of charity and justice, how often do we really hear what those we serve are telling us?
This scripture reminds us of our responsibility to honor the prophets among us.