Jesus Christ embodies the overflowing fullness of God. He eagerly wishes to share with us this fullness. Jesus goes on...
Articles in Reflections
Can we pray when we walk the streets of our lives?
The Vincentian Family could be compared with a lush and youthful tree laden with fruit and adorned with flowers.
All of us possess something like this, a hidden spot where we can feel the deep push and pull of God’s Spirit. We might even call it that inner compass.
My stereotypes of what homeless people look and act like taught me how not to recognize homeless people.
Jesus teaches us that God is unbelievably good. And he invites us to go to him so that we may taste and see the goodness of God.
A wise Vincentian said: “The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is content to occupy the third place in our lives, that is, after God and the family.”
Sister Medhin Tesfay (44) has belonged to the Daughters of Charity for 26 years and works in the diocese of Adigrat in the northern part of Ethiopia.
“Grant all of us the ability to dream because when we dream great things, good things, we draw near to God’s dream, what God dreams about us.”
If we can develop some methods to attract new members from within our parish, it can only benefit our effort to be a strong and effective social justice voice.
As a Vincentian Family, we know the close ties that we have with those who are poor among us. A DNA test might reveal that it is not just a matter of the spirit but also of the blood.
Like his Father, Jesus is merciful. He does not wish us to die. Rather, he is waiting for us to repent and live, full of fruits of righteousness.