Contemplating on the concept and spirituality of light and dark during this Advent tide, I was struck by a recent article…
We must take steps forward because our role as intermediaries between the interests of the poor and the interests of public officials is essential.
“The Pope Video” series continues! Watch the latest 2-minute installment: The Future of the Very Young.
December 8 is the anniversary of the first association of Ladies of Charity in the United States, in St. Louis, Missouri. See a presentation about their first President, Catherine Harkins.
I was surprised by what Saint John XXIII had to say about the Vincentian Family… and how prophetic were his words.
The most recent issue of the Journal of Vincentian Social Action addresses the benefits of academic service learning to both students and the community.
When this King is exercising his Kingship where does he stand and what does he see?
Serving in an era of unprecedented change: Things are Changing, Changing, Changing… In your world. Everywhere around you.
In the person of Jesus is revealed that God’s love prevails in the end (Advent 2002). Christians, then, cannot but break out of the cycle of hopelessness. For those who have a cyclical view of time, events simply come back. Nothing new comes out of the cycle. No new...
It took courage for Mary to say Yes!
The one reality that I believe all would affirm is the following: we are passionate about the Vincentian ministry and enthusiastic about this ministry that was divinely inspired.
“Every day, I learn from the people that I serve.” -Sister Bev Hoffman, SCN