“I would like to invite you to go on a journey together… I am calling it a journey because it requires a shift, a change.” Pope Francis
Articles in Systemic change
Pope Francis call us to explore together how our Catholic social tradition can help the human family heal this world that suffers from serious illnesses.
Pope Francis and St. Vincent spoke truth to power. What guidelines might be helpful consider in speaking truth to power?
A description of a change agent – “one who can make changes happen by inspiring and influencing others.” How does that fit you, St. Vincent de Paul, and the Vincentian Family?
Do we realize that personal transformation is the seed for systemic change?
How do offer I friendship, provide holistic service, and serve as advocates for those who are poor?
Michael Thompson, Bowie, MD, an affiliate of the Daughters of Charity, Province of St. Louise, USA offers his personal reflections on recent events in our country.
The kingdom is waking up to being sons and daughters of God, brothers and sisters to one another. In a polarized world what could be a more radical change in consciousness?
Throughout a month-long celebration, the world’s 2.2 billion Christians come together to care for our common home.
To listen deeply requires paying attention not just to the words but to understand the whole person. Is that the way we listen to the cries of people who are poor?
St. Vincent’s pastoral insight was “See, Judge and Act.” It all began with “Seeing”!
“Who moved my Cheese” is a parable that describes how people face change. It’s about 4 characters running around in a maze trying to locate their “cheese” or what is important to them.