A recent voter reflects on one of the most dangerous passages of the New Testament. – the parable of the Good Samaritan.
Jesus shares with us his anointing and mission to bring the Good News to the poor. He gives tasks to each one according to one’s ability. By the grace of God, we have the ability to believe in Jesus. But when he comes after a long time, will he find faith on earth?...
Can I recognize when I used common sense and when I was indiscreet?
Let us put aside our repugnancies and resentments in order to return to that democracy, to that people who do not know us.
Eight women left their Tennessee home on November 1, 1858, traveling northwest to Kansas, where they would serve as a community according to the Rule of St. Vincent de Paul.
The rains can be heavy in Kenya, and with climate change, there is more out of season rain. It erodes the traditional mud and stick built houses.
The front of the medal already proclaims the omnipotent power of Mary…BUT TURN THE MEDAL OVER, and the power of all of Salvation is made present.
Bro. René Stockman offers here a short summary of chapter 2 of the Encyclical Letter “Fratelli Tutti”, followed by a more personal reflection.
Honoring the Vincentian Family Blesseds martyred in the anti-clerical violence that took place during the Spanish Civil War (1936-39). Feast Day: Nov. 6
I offer this post from ancient Indian tradition for your reflection.
When I hear or read the lyrics to this song I recall the words of Frederic Ozanam in Paris of the 1830’s when he warned us about the growing gap between those with so much and those with so little.
Vincent and Louise de Marillac were deeply committed to the education and moral formation of young people living on the streets or in dire conditions.