To the question “how do you eat an elephant?” a wise man answered “one bite at a time.”
Spirituality and Spiritual Practice
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!”
In her final reflection for the Global Sisters Report, AmeriCorps Volunteer Julia Gerwe reflects on connection and community at Nazareth.
The rituals of Holy Week evolved over centuries to help us enter more deeply into the Paschal Mystery of Jesus Christ. Through her own experiences of suffering and joy, Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton’s life was a mirror of Christ’s Passion and Resurrection. During Holy...
The Vincentian Family Prays for Peace and Joins in the Consecration of Russia and Ukraine to the Heart of Mary
On Friday, March 25, during the celebration of Reconciliation that he will preside over at 5:00 p.m. in St. Peter’s Basilica, Pope Francis will consecrate Russia and Ukraine to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
We invite the worldwide Vincentian Family to again join in prayer with the Church for peace in Ukraine.
Pope Francis, stating that his “heart is broken” invited people to pray and fast for peace in Ukraine. We take this time now to be close to the sufferings of our Ukrainian sisters and brothers.
United with Pope Francis and with men and women of good will throughout the world, we, as a Vincentian Family, lift our minds and hearts in prayer for peace in Ukraine.
Bro. René Stockman has written an Advent Letter to his Brothers, Associate Members and Collaborators in the Apostolate:
Pope Francis calls us to “build a better kind of politics”. The USCCB suggest almost a “12 step program” for building community as envisaged when we truly commit to what we pray for in the “Our Father.”
Every year, from September 1 to 9, people around the world are invited to say this novena prayer for Blessed Frédéric Ozanam.