Throughout a month-long celebration, the world’s 2.2 billion Christians come together to care for our common home.
Justice and Peace
I suspect you will feel moved, proud, and challenged by the words of Pope Saint John Paul II.
What might be “Socially Acceptable” and “Not Socially Acceptable” elements of “structural” racism.
Profiles in courage from the present and the past, young and old.
“Jesus himself warns us that the path he proposes goes against the flow, even making us challenge society by the way we live and, as a result, becoming a nuisance.”
Did you know how Vincentian Family members who set the stage and later advised Pope Leo XIII’s 1891 landmark statement of catholic social teaching “Rerum Novarum” (New Things)?
Maybe it is true… “the more things change, the more they stay the same”! But the Gospel continues to challenge us.
Sister Denise LaRock, D.C. and her San Antonio-based Interfaith Welcome Coalition are featured in the PBS documentary series “Women War & Peace II”. See the video.
The Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth, during their recently finished General Assembly, they published the following Public Statement.
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.
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.