Vincent would remind us today that we walk in that tradition today as ordinary people bringing Good News in the midst of our daily lives.
Articles in Vincentian Family
The gathering of the Vincentian family in Rome, Italy this past January produced many documents that we now make available to you.
As we consider populations most affected by COVID 19, Indigenous Peoples come to mind.
Many ministries face a challenge navigating the realities of the business world, often described as “the real world.” Vincent knew those challenges well… and was a genius in facing these challenges.
As part of The Grass-Roots Committee, we are assessing how grassroots people view inequalities in their particular country or area.
The Vincentian Family Homeless Alliance (VFHA) recently met in New York with NGO representatives, UN agencies, member states, and others, to brainstorm about February’s Commission on Social Development. The theme of the 2020 Commission will be “Affordable...
On April 6 and 7, 2019, the Vincentian Family of Costa Rica lived with great enthusiasm the “Workshop on Trafficking in Persons.”
Is there any doubt that those in the upper room were surprised by the Spirit? Probably not. So maybe we should not be surprised when Pope Francis writes… “The Church must always surprise”.
As part of the Vincentian Family at the UN, we were recently challenged to reflect on “Why are Vincentians a presence and actively involved at the United Nations?” Each member of the family is an accredited non-governmental organization (NGO) by the Economic and...
The following reflections are answers to a questionnaire sent to our brothers of the Vincentian Family in Venezuela; members of various branches that make up our family. They show us the reality in various sectors of the country where we have a presence through their...
On March 25-26, more than 600 persons participated in this event during which time they offered prayers to Blessed Marta Wiecka, who has become known in the Ukraine and in many other places throughout the world.
Coming from a retreat on “Integral Ecology: Reclaiming our Eco-Human Spirituality” held at St. John’s University, I have been thinking that for our Vincentian family it will be important to have a new formation that connects contemplative and prophetic mysticism with our charism.