What gave her the strength to minister through three waves of a pandemic?
Articles in Reflections
This is an extraordinary month of May, we have seen things occur this month that never before in our lives have we experienced.
We young people are constantly changing, involved in an environment of responsibilities and challenges … and doing all of this seems like a long and arduous mission.
“Be merciful, as your Father is merciful” (Luke 6:36). Sounds a lot like “Pay it forward.”
I know that wherever I go in this world, and certainly in the 156 countries in which the Vincentian Family are present, I can feel instantly at home.
Part II of “Prayer according to Saint Vincent de Paul”
We can learn much from those who wrestled with the upheavals in their lives as recorded in our family album called the Acts of the Apostles.
So…where do I stand? Where do you stand on ending homelessness? I invite all of us to ask ourselves this question!
I have asked myself the question “What would I do if I were homeless today? What could I do?
I think that I can point to a number of elements in the Gospel story of the passion and death of Jesus that suggest that feeling of loneliness.
What can we learn about being chang agents from imitating God’s model of bringing about a change in our ways of thinking?
Christ is alive! And those who keep him in the center belong to his community. They have the breath of the Holy Spirit and are true to their mission. Peter and the other disciple saw, and the latter believed besides. Mary Magdalen also told the disciples, “I have seen...