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.
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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
A number of years ago, my sister, a critical care nurse, wrote a piece for a local newspaper about care for homebound patients called “Who’s the Boss”
The Vincentian Indigenous Confraternity, during their second virtual meeting, decided to establish a team that would take responsibility for our external communication.
Over the past two years, the Vincentian Family’s annual theme has focused on forced displacement and street homelessness. For 2020, we are focusing on slum dwellers.
More than 10,000 people were present at the online concert of the group, Gen Verde on September 27, the feast of Saint Vincent de Paul.
On September 24th, the Feast of Our Lady of Ransom, the local phase (where a local diocese directs the process) of the inquiry on the alleged miracle ascribed to Bl. Antoine-Frédéric Ozanam was concluded after conducting a thorough 11-month investigation.
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul (SSVP) Lebanon is still on the frontline helping those afflicted by the August 4th blast.
This year, the feast of St Vincent de Paul is going to be very different from what we would have liked.
On the occasion of the feast of Saint Vincent de Paul, Fr. Tomaž Mavrič, CM, published a message in which he shared reflections on the challenges for charitable activity especially during this time of the pandemic that has spread throughout the world.
Last Thursday, September 10, the third meeting of the Confraternity of Translators took place at 3:00 p.m. Lima – Peru time. We were glad to see that new members from different countries and therefore different languages joining in each meeting, which will allow us to bring the good news to more people around the world.