Do What The Son Of God Did • A Weekly Reflection with Vincent

"To be true Daughters of Charity you must do what the Son of God did when He was on earth. And what did He do mainly? [...] He worked constantly for His neighbor, visiting and healing the sick and instructing the ignorant for their salvation. How fortunate you are,...

Four Methods of Prayer for Vincentians

Slide presentation based on the article “Mental Prayer: Yesterday and Today – Some Reflections on the Vincentian Tradition” by Father Robert P. Maloney, C.M.

Revisiting – Are You an Original or a Photocopy?

Before we tackle that question … who framed that question?

A Vincentian View: Be Vincentian, Be a Listener

Each year at St. John’s University we celebrate Founder’s Week from September 20-27. 

Live with a Higher Purpose

Live with a Higher Purpose

There is a beautiful story which tells us about the importance living with a sense of higher purpose in our daily life. Once a man was passing by a construction site. The workers were busy with their different kinds works. He was curious to know what they were doing....

How Did America Get So Mean?

How Did America Get So Mean?

Noted columnist David Brooks caught my attention! In a September 2023 reflection in the Atlantic Monthly (Subscription required), he wrote Over the past eight years or so, I’ve been obsessed with two questions.  The first is: Why have Americans become so sad? … My second, related question is: Why have Americans become so mean? 

What Does Labor Day Mean For You?

What Does Labor Day Mean For You?

Men and women may have different associations with the word “labor.” Men might think of labor in terms of a “ job.” Women might be more inclined to think of the “labor”in the context of giving birth. Today, I want to explore a deeper meaning of what we call Labor Day.

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