In this time of “sheltering in place” two health care workers share their concerns for people who have no place to shelter in.
Articles in Reflections
This Lent, we offer to you the 2020 Lenten Video Series created by the Central Association of the Miraculous Medal. Day 31: Forgive Me.
Did you have a chance to see Pope Francis’ “Urbi et Orbi” blessing on March 27? Faith and prayer held the center in this simple yet dramatic event.
The one reality that I believe all would affirm is the following: we are passionate about the Vincentian ministry and enthusiastic about this ministry that was divinely inspired.
The season of Advent is characterized by three words: preparation, hope, and joy.
With the passing of the years, the process of urbanization has expanded and as a result, the social problems have become more heightened and intense.
About Hospicio de San Jose, the first charitable institution in the Philippines, and its work for the homeless of Manila.
I never thought I would experience an apparition!
More details about the The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul, Canada’s 3-year campaign under the theme of “SAFE, SECURE AND AFFORDABLE HOUSING IS A HUMAN RIGHT.”
We need to be grateful for all the blessings that we receive and to express that awareness aloud in words and through deeds.
Mary’s Magnificat is a dangerous memory. Mary not only gave thanks for this revolution. She intuitively realized she was part of the revolution.
Jesus Christ is the leader and perfecter of faith. Fixing our eyes on him, we go forward with firm decision to reach what lies ahead. St. Paul says that “our salvation is nearer now than when we first believed.” The saying shows that, for him, time moves forward. That...