Slide presentation based on the article “Mental Prayer: Yesterday and Today – Some Reflections on the Vincentian Tradition” by Father Robert P. Maloney, C.M.
Spirituality and Spiritual Practice
Have you ever wondered what it would take for you to be St. Vincent de Paul?
If I had to pick a single Daughter of Charity to present to the sisters as a model, I would pick Rosalie Rendu. If I had to pick a single missionary to present to the confreres, I would pick Justin de Jacobis.
In the context in which we live today, the term ‘simplicity’ can easily seem an outdated, insignificant and trivial term.
Sister Josephine Lomasney, DC, is a Daughter of Charity currently on mission in Emmitsburg, Maryland and ministering at Mother Seton School.
The Catholic Extension asked for 10 Sister volunteers to be a part of their Fun Camp for the 3rd and 4th graders and their parents from Robb Elementary School.
To the question “how do you eat an elephant?” a wise man answered “one bite at a time.”
On the occasion of the feast of Pentecost 2023, an international team from different branches of the Vincentian Family have published a guide for a personal retreat that can be done over the course of five days.
“Jesus, who was crucified, has risen as he said. Alleluia!”
St. Vincent’s famous saying that “love is inventive to infinity” was his explanation of the Eucharist in his “Exhortation to a Dying Brother” in 1647
Born and baptized in 1786, it was under the Reign of Terror during the French Revolution that Bl. Rosalie Rendu’s earliest faith life was born and fed.
Frederic remembered his First Communion as one of the most significant days of his life: