The following is Part 2 of a reflection on our Pope’s words and a consideration of how Laudato Si’ both informs and affirms the work of the Famvin Homeless Alliance.
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The Prison Ministry Team tells us what those days of maximum health alert meant for the inmates in prisons.
Sr. Rosaleen Cunniffe discusses mission and origin of the Holy Faith Sisters and the Vincentian Family.
As Urban October continues, we’re working hard to listen to the voices of persons who are “experts;” who have actually experienced homelessness, and include them in events.
Gathered together as a Confraternity, we spoke about the different ways in which we must accept the commitment to proclaim Good News and to do that from the perspective of the reality of abandonment, social exclusion and/or the peripheries.
The following is a reflection on our Pope’s words and a consideration of how Laudato Si’ both informs and affirms the work of the Famvin Homeless Alliance. Part 1
We offer this interview with Cristian Reis da Luz, who is the President of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul in Brazil
Vincentians from all over the world will have the chance to ask questions and share comments with the President General of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul on Facebook Live (simultaneous interpreting).
In the afternoon, many families set out to celebrate, in a caravan of cars, another anniversary of the message of love and hope who always characterized Saint Vincent de Paul.
The Fr. Virgil Cordano Center’s (FVCC) purpose is to provide a quiet, respectful, and safe environment for those without housing to experience a place of welcome and support.
Last Sunday, October 4, the third encyclical of Pope Francis was presented, entitled “Fratelli tutti” in which the Holy Father reflects on fraternity and social friendship.
“The Pope Video” series continues! Watch the latest 2-minute installment: Women in Leadership Roles in the Church.