Learning about the SDGs and understanding their significance is an important first step as together, creatively, we search for the most effective ways to advocate for these aspects of social justice.
Growing up as a child in a very devoutly Catholic family in a village of the Delta State of Nigeria, I started questioning myself how I, too, could make my contributions towards fulfilling this Great Commission.
A self-described agnostic, Jo Piazza, writes… “I may not believe in God, but I do believe in nuns.”
All this is the background for understanding why homelessness was a major focus of St. Vincent’s charitable work even if we have not always recognized it.
A tangible energy pervaded the United Nations in New York during the recent 58th Commission for Social Development.
Can we pray when we walk the streets of our lives?
Over two years of advocacy at the United Nations are coming to fruition this week and next during the UN’s 58th Commission for Social Development.
Demonstrations of the power of collaboration in systemic change.
What would Vincent do in today’s world so filled with disparaging speech?
We invite you to an event in which we are going to discuss Homelessness in the context of Catholic Theological Ethics.
Am I open to being filled with Christ’s Spirit?
I will be leaving the UN on February 14, 2020 when the negotiations of the UN resolution on homelessness will hopefully be pretty much finished.