“What must be done,” is what motivates volunteers to help others. Acting together against all forms of poverty (AIC motto) and with Turning concern into action (SVP motto).
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What to do to find “solutions for the most pressing problems afflicting the marginalized”?
With the disciples on the road to Emmaus, we are all struggling to make sense of the past few weeks since the murder of George Floyd.
Watch as Father Bertrand Collignon of Paroisse Sainte-Louise-de-Marillac in Drancy, France, explains why according to him, St. Louise de Marillac is the first feminist of France! Also, watch a LIVE PRAYER VIGIL for the Feast of St. Louise tomorrow at 2:15PM Eastern.
There’s a simple and powerful way to confront the world’s most pressing crises, says women’s rights activist Yifat Susskind in a Ted Talk – think like a mother!
The first task of the missionary is to read the signs of the time. Indeed, the whole church is called to engage in that task because from that process flow the evangelizing commitments that are most necessary for each historical moment. Therefore, it would be a...
Vincentian solidarity against COVID-19: 13 Houses Campaign and Coronavirus The "13 Houses" Campaign is expanding due to COVID-19 to support the poorest of the poor and the homeless. All monies raised by the Famvin Homeless Alliance through Depaul International will be...
We meet two people setting out on a journey, both with God in mind.
We often read Acts 6 with a focus on the institution of the diaconate without realizing that the underlying problem was one of race, class, etc. Let’s read Acts 6 as a solution to the identity politics in the early church.
Jesus reveals the Father. We Christians must be like him to show him and the Father. The followers of Jesus show worry. For he tells them that one of them will betray him. And another, who says he will die for him, will deny him. Besides, they recently heard him speak...
Vincent would remind us today that we walk in that tradition today as ordinary people bringing Good News in the midst of our daily lives.
At the beginning of quarantine, we were told to begin social distancing. As the weeks went on, my actions stayed the same, but my terminology changed to “physical distancing.”