“The Pope Video” series continues! Watch the latest 2-minute installment: For People Living on the Margins.
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?
As we approach the end of summer here in Canada, for myself and many others, we have had a summer of relaxation and an opportunity to enjoy time with family and exploring new and exciting parts of our vast nation.
The on-going struggle to introduce and promote social justice within the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul in Canada is one that continues to challenge us in many ways.
The place of Mary sometimes surfaces in my reflections on the holy days of the Easter Triduum.
Does “for better or for worse” mean anything in the age of “prenuptial agreements?”
Jesus is God’s Sent One to announce the Good News to the poor. And the Sent One, in turn, does not hesitate to send his disciples. Jesus tells his disciples that for him to send them is to give them a share in his own mission. For he says to them, “As the Father has...
Share your thoughts on a weekly image of St. Vincent de Paul as portrayed by a contemporary artist.
What is white privilege? This is a term we have all heard but it can be difficult to understand if you are a Caucasian middle-class person, or especially if you are struggling within the cycle of poverty.
In one of the hymns for Easter season, we sing; “We are an Easter people, ours is an Easter faith.”
We disciples of Christ profess to follow the Lord Jesus– and this week in particular, we would follow Him to Jerusalem.
Jesus taught us to pray ”Thy kingdom come.” He also taught, “The kingdom is already here in your midst.” How do you put those two together? Some emphasize one or the other.