The TV coverage of the Queen’s funeral allowed us to see the inside of Westminster Abbey from many angles. The Abbey is rich in history and could tell many stories.
“The Pope Video” series continues! Watch the latest 2-minute installment: For the Abolition of the Death Penalty.
Whom would Vincent consider as close to his heart in thinking and serving?
Who are the great geniuses of history? There are certainly many who shaped the daily lives of people of their time … and well beyond.
Jesus has redeemed us by his blood. We do not pay, nor can we pay, for our redemption; we receive it freely. Faith is a divine gift (Rom 12, 3; Phil 1, 29; 2 Pt 1, 1). Those who believe only have it by God’s grace; they receive it freely. And it is safe to say that...
This series is a visual memory of the art exhibition “The Colors of Charity,” which was on exhibit from 15 December 2017 to 25 February 2018 at the Collegio Alberoni of Piacenza.
In this series Fr. Rooney explores the Values of Vincentian Education proposed by Daughter of Charity Sr. Louise Sullivan.
Children often ask me if me if I was born a ‘nun.’ I guess of all my sisters and brothers, I was perhaps the least likely candidate for that as we are growing up!
Jesus is the only one that his disciples need to know and speak of. From the cross, he proclaims that those who are his go through the crucible. They thus get to be just like him. “The crucible is for silver, and the furnace is for gold, but the one that tests...
Video based on an article by Alvaro Quevedo Patarroyo, C.M.: “Saint Vincent, Priest of Charity at the Service of the Poor: Caring for Spiritual and Temporal Needs.”
We are many decades into the phenomenon of shopping for “gated communities” of like-minded people. So many do not experience that they are welcome.
As part of Vincentian month, we welcome you to join us each week as Fr Mark Noonan CM brings us on a journey through Vincentian Spirituality over the next 4 weeks. This week we offer part 4 and last.