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The Origin of the Vincentian Charism in the Feast of the Conversion of Saint Paul • A Weekly reflection with Vincent
"On the day of the conversion of St. Paul, who is the 25th, this lady asked me —said Father Vincent— "to have a sermon...
Have you ever thought of interruptions as being the story of Jesus life? Let’s explore Jesus’ interruptions and what they can teach us.
Share your thoughts on a weekly image of artwork by members of the Vincentian Family.
On Saturday, April 15, 2023, MISEVI in Latin America joined together with German Sanchez, newly elected leader of FAVILA, to hear inspirational thoughts concerning the call to be lay missionaries.
Pope Francis began his first Encyclical by stating “LAUDATO SI’, mi’ Sinore” - “Praise be to you, my Lord.” This was taken from the Canticle of St. Francis Assisi, in which he compared the world as a common home, where the Mother Earth sustains and governs us with...
We often use images that speak of another’s awareness of something. Turning a blind eye! Eyes glazed over! Having one’s eyes wide open.
In a recent reflection on the site Invisible People, Robert Davis makes the point that handcuffs will never solve homelessness.
The history of Social Development at the UN continues to echo but more rhymes are needed so that it leads to a fulfillment of the promises of placing people at the center of development, eradicating poverty, providing productive employment and decent work, and creating social inclusion.
One of the verses from a Gospel of the past week captured my thinking and prompted my reflection: “This is the work of God, that you believe in the one he sent.”
Suppose you just discovered you were instantly cured of painful cancer? Did someone wipe out a longstanding debt?
Jesus who is close to the Father’s heart makes him known to us. It is crucial that we grasp what Jesus is, what he says and does. Those to whom Jesus speaks do not grasp what he teaches by way of a figure of speech. And they are not the disciples but the Pharisees. ...