Jesus was a radical who was fully committed to doing God’s will. He showed us how radical he was when laid down his life for us. As he hung on the cross he said “Father, forgive them. They know not what they are doing.” Certainly the words of a radical!
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(We learn about those we serve)… “not from books nor from the public platform, but in climbing the stairs to the poor man’s garret, sitting by his bedside, feeling the same cold that pierces him.” Frederic Ozanam
On July 12, hundreds of members of the Vincentian Family from all over the world joined together in prayer, through Facebook Live, to ask the Lord for healing, a present need in light of so much suffering that has had even more serious consequences on our sisters and...
COVID 19 is by no means the only pandemic we face. We need to work together… That requires a culture of collaboration.
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I confess Almost 250 years ago on July 4, 1776, the Second Continental Congress set in motion a major systemic change for the United States of America… also the whole world. We know it as “The Declaration of Independence.” I confess that until last year I had not read...