We invite the worldwide Vincentian Family to again join in prayer with the Church for peace in Ukraine.
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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.
On December 6, 2020 thousands of members of the Vincentian Family gathered together through the internet for a moment of prayer. This was an opportunity to give thanks to God and to express our hope as we approach anew the celebration of the birth of the Savior in the...
In the Advent letter of this year, “marked with so much suffering, anxiety, and fear,” Fr. Tomaž Mavrič, CM, the 24th successor of St. Vincent, invites us to fix our eyes on “Somebody who lives in us, whose Spirit fills every corner of our being.”
Part IV of “Prayer according to Saint Vincent de Paul”
Part III of “Prayer according to Saint Vincent de Paul”
Today we want to offer you this article: “Prayer according to Saint Vincent de Paul” that will be presented in parts over three days in a row.
In order to help the people during the current crisis, the Vincentian Sisters of Untermarchtal have initiated a prayer network.
While re-reading the accounts of the last supper, I found three forms of Eucharist which will help us to become the Eucharist while in quarantine.
José Antonio Pagola shares some suggestions for praying the Lord’s Prayer during this time of the coronavirus pandemic.
Relive the Prayer Gathering of the Vincentian Family (March 28) … Praying for an End to the Pandemic
On March 28th, more than 650 people from all over the world gathered together on Facebook Live for a moment of prayer led by Father Tomaž Mavrič, CM