St. Elizabeth Ann Seton reminds us to live in the presence of God.
Part three of four on Almsgiving…a reflection on a full article by Ozanam, which is among Frederic’s most outstanding.
In my previous two posts I had used the words for the musical production of Les Miserables to show how Vincent de Paul, Louise de Marillac, Frederic Ozanam and Pope Francis were convinced of the reality that in loving our neighbor, we came to encounter the face of God. (Part III)
Blessed Anna Maria Janer Anglarill was a Spanish nun who established the Sisters of the Holy Family of Urgell, choosing St. Vincent de Paul as a primary patron.
This December, I had the pleasure of going on the first round of virtual service immersions. For four days I zoomed into St. Louis, Missouri to learn about anti-racism through the Vincentian charism.
“The Pope Video” series continues! Watch the latest 2-minute installment: At the Service of Human Fraternity.
"Blessed Lindalva [represents] not only the Northeastern Brazilian woman, but any woman who accepts taking care of her family, and the elderly, who lives the traditions of homemaking and religious devotion with joy. [She represents] many women who are victims of...
This morning I read John Allen’s reflection in Crux about an opportunity and a challenge for Catholics to play a major role in healing our deeply divided nation.
In recent years there has been considerable discussion and at times some confusion over the topics of The preferential option for the poor, systemic change and our Vincentian charism.
Real Experience with Homelessness: – Top 10 Posts of 2020 – Invisible People
My friends, the whole story during this holy season invites us to strengthen our faith within our closest community and to express it in the widest world.
Jesus is the Suffering Servant of God who anoints him with the Spirit. He brings forth justice to the nations. Hence, he and nationalism cannot mix. What he himself has seen and what Cornelius has told him make Peter sure that God is not partial. That is to say,...