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The GOD minute

A new podcast series to fuel your prayer – The God Minute

Lenten Reflection On Fasting, by Sister of Charity (Video)

Sister Rejane Cytacki, SCL, generously shares some great ideas about fasting from “time-eaters”– those things that take our focus away from our prayer relationship with God.

Mary’s Digital Home “Liked” By Almost 3 Million People

Do you know the address of the Facebook page that has been “liked” by 2.9 million people?

Surprised Into Prayer By the Vincentian Film Festival

I must admit “Finding Charity in Art: The Challenge of the Vincentian Festival”  surprised me into prayer! “

Effective Writing for the Web

Effective Writing for the Web

We are taught writing for academic purposes, writing for the web is different. John Freund recently wrote me: Unfortunately, many writers have not grasped the difference between writing for print and for the digtial publication. Make your copy easy to read: Use short...

Love Wins

Love Wins

Regular contributor Tracy Kemme writes, As I look back on 2016, I feel God surfacing a short but powerful phrase in my heart: "Love wins." This has been a painful year in our country, unleashing appalling hatred and fear. The struggle has only just begun for many...

Do You Use Podcasts?

Do You Use Podcasts?

Are podcasts a thing of the past? The research says no! On the LinkedIn Marketing Solutions EMEA Blog Jason Miller writes, It’s a constant source of amazement to me that I don’t see more people using podcasts for marketing – and in particular, for B2B marketing. I...

A Vincentian Twitter Chat #famvin400

A Vincentian Twitter Chat #famvin400

You see the hashtag on Twitter every week: #famvin400. This tag can be used for a Twitter chat, one of the best examples of community building on Twitter. The topic of the chat: What are people saying about the 400th anniversary of the Vincentian charism? As we...

Teaching with Social Media

Teaching with Social Media

Social media has changed the way people communicate and share information in their personal and professional lives. It's a safe bet that most students in any college classroom have used or are familiar with sites like Facebook and Twitter. Yet surprisingly, some...

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