As the COVID-19 pandemic and other world events continue to ensue, we as Vincentians must keep asking “What can be done.”
Is homelessness increasing or decreasing? Are certain subgroups overrepresented in the population of people experiencing homelessness in a particular community?
Studies have shown that it is women and girls who are disproportionately affected by climate change.
St. Vincent instinctively realized the role of laypersons in bringing about systemic change.
How can I grow in the awareness of the fire of God’s love for me?
The “McCarrick Report” is gut-wrenching. How do we make sense of it? What can we learn?
The Aguapaneleros de La Noche Foundation is a lay Vincentian initiative that came into existence twenty-three ago (in the city of Medellín, Colombia).
Vincent and Louise de Marillac were deeply committed to the education and moral formation of young people living on the streets or in dire conditions.
November 25 is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. It is followed by 16 days of action to end violence against women.
A student asks St. Vincent, “What can I learn from Covid?”
Fr. Mavric invites every member of the Vincentian Family to take one very concrete step; that is, every member is to bring one new candidate to one of the branches of the Vincentian Family.
I wish I could be more patient and kind! Is this something you would hear Vincent talk about?