The challenge and encouragement was for all of us to value and read our Bibles more vigorously—even as we prepared to listen to its word as a Church.
Vincentians can be the storytellers to policy makers and others who may never “see” poverty in all of its forms.
Jesus opens our minds so that we may understand Scriptures. This understanding is crucial to our knowing and following Jesus. God calls us out of pure mercy though we are weak and fall down easily (SV.EN IX:284). And it is on God’s infinite goodness that we rely to...
We may see…but do we see as God sees?
We, as members of the Vincentian Family, have a great social responsibility. We have first-hand experience of the problems that afflict thousands of poor families.
This Saturday we celebrate the anniversary of the Foundation of the Congregation of the Mission by St. Vincent de Paul. The mission continues… in these videos, Vincentian Priests and Brothers of the U.S.A. describe in their own words who they are, and what they are called to do.
The federation hosted a series of video reflections where Sisters offered their insights on Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton and the topics of humility, charity and simplicity.
How the Congregation of the Mission responded to the needs of early U.S. settlers.
Former Superior General, Fr. Maloney, has spoken of his dreams for the fifth century of the Vincentian Charism. This post is an introduction to his earlier book, “The Dawn of a New Century”.
If we are to truly assess our work according to how we are responding to present issues of social justice, then we must look deeper into ourselves, our core values, and the beliefs that we bring to the table with us.
As all of us know, to say that something is symbolic is to claim that some reality, the symbol, carries inside itself much more than what appears on its surface.
Listening to “A Daring Prudence,” Fr. Robert Maloney’s overview of the development of the Vincentian Family, evoked metaphors from photography.