Reading our “declaration of independence” can serve as an examination of conscience on the struggles in living out this declaration over the two and a half centuries since then.
Justice and Peace
What could be simpler than to collaborate in committing oneself to respond compassionately to situations for a 24 hour period?
On this joyful day, a reflection for all Vincentians on Saint Oscar Romero and St. Vincent de Paul: hearers and doers of the word.
African-American Bishop Speaks from Experience About Racism in America
#Racism “Got to be taught”… and not just in South Pacific
Dark side of the Superbowl – Human Trafficking
Recently 100 Christian leaders called on presidential candidates to declare themselves on issues encompassed by the "Circle of Compassion". Way back in 2005 Fr. Dennis Holtschneider CM proposed that the Vincentian Family become, in effect, lobbyists for those who have...
Christian Leaders Challenge U.S. Presidential Candidates
“It’s not about criticizing or judging or condemning, it’s about accompanying one another because that’s what life is all about — living in community,”
Carindal O’Malley speaks of American abortion myths as well as poverty and immigration as pro-life issues.
Working as an outreach coordinator at Mercy Neighborhood Ministry, I see the Medicaid gap grow wider and wider every day through the individuals I meet…there are still so many that do not qualify for lower premiums.
Budget battles and the poor in Ireland