What might be “Socially Acceptable” and “Not Socially Acceptable” elements of “structural” racism.
Articles in Justice and Peace
Sisters of Charity of Nazareth delivered a statement affirming the despair being felt because voices have not been heard.
“Respect for minorities is to be considered the touchstone of social harmony and the index of the civic maturity attained by a country and its institutions” St. John Paul II
The earth herself, burdened and laid waste, is among the most abandoned and maltreated of our poor; she “groans in travail” (Rom 8:22)
Click to read all articles tagged "herstory"here on .famvin! Herstory[1.Jane Mills, "Womanwords: a dictionary of words about women", 1992, ISBN 0-02-921495-5, p. 118] : history (knowledge obtained by inquiry) written from a feminist perspective, emphasizing the...
What do Pope Francis (2020), Pope Pius XI (1927) and Bl. Frederic Ozanam (1848) have in common?
Former Eastern Province Provincial, Fr. Michael Carroll, CM, reflects on Homelessness in a series of reflections. "Churches answer the call to shelter the homeless "| U.S. Catholic magazine Let me share some of the good that I have heard folks are doing to serve the...
Demonstrations of the power of collaboration in systemic change.
Vincentians can be the storytellers to policy makers and others who may never “see” poverty in all of its forms.
Listening to “A Daring Prudence,” Fr. Robert Maloney’s overview of the development of the Vincentian Family, evoked metaphors from photography.
Pope Francis has a knack for making startling statements that catch people’s attention.
October 17th marks the UN’s World Day for the Eradication of Poverty calling us to work toward overcoming poverty.