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.
Articles in Vincentian Family
Whatever the anniversary, it gives us a chance to look back over the years since the event we’re marking, and reflect on how it has shaped us.
When will we really buy into the systemic change of thinking Jesus came to show us?
Here are some simple thought-starters we can use to build bridges in our daily encounters.
At the United Nations, civil society recently focused on one specific means of warfare—lethal autonomous weapons (LAWS), also known as fully autonomous weapons or, more commonly, “killer robots.”
On November 17, the Church will celebrate the Third World Day of the Poor. Renato Lima has published a message applicable to all those persons who share the Vincentian charism.
The Vincentian Family of the region of Buenos Aires, Argentina, carried out the Vincentian Family Collaborative Action Program (VFCAP).
Monday, November 25, is International Day for the Eradication of Violence Against Women, an occasion on which advocates worldwide will focus on changing the narrative.
There, by God’s grace, I found the Vincentian Family. They have given me a new life, joy, love, safety, training, a job, a home and a myriad of other small helps.
In every place parishioners (members of Vincentian family in Slovakia) prepared some program to prepare people for the arrival of these relics. People prayed novenas, litanies, rosaries…
On October 5, 2019, at the Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima, members of the various branches gathered together in order to participate in XV National Meeting.
The Vincentian Family at the UN is strongly supporting work in the cities. Advocating for financial support of infrastructure, environmentally sound planning, and promoting the right to housing are a few of the areas in which we continue to work.