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Anointing with the Holy Spirit and Mission

Anointing with the Holy Spirit and Mission

The risen Jesus breathes on us.  Anointing us so with the Holy Spirit, he sends us to work with him in the evangelization of the poor. The risen Jesus stands in the midst of his disciples.   Never mind that it is dark and the disciples bolted the doors.  First, he...

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Combining Pragmatism with Idealism

In this video posted by the Hay Leadership Project Depaul University, Susanne Dumbleton, Ph.D. offers some ways of teaching/learning that could be helpful to the various branches of the Family who wish to attract and work with younger Vincentians.

Salvation in Jesus

In the book Acts of Apostles after the Pentecost, what follows especially from chapter two to four is the spirit filled sermons of St. Peter. In Chapter three we read how Peter healed the crippled beggar by saying, “I have no silver or gold, but what I have I give...

The Vincentians in Tarahumara (Mexico)

Why are we in Tarahumara? Motivated by our motto: "I was sent to evangelize the poor," the Vincentian missionaries responded to the call of the Bishop to collaborate in the Parish of Chinatú, Chih. We arrived at the Diocese on August 17, 1996. Since then 17...

On Being Overshadowed

On Being Overshadowed (Every year on the feast of the Annunciation thousands of Daughters of Charity the world over retake their vows of poverty, chastity, obedience and service to the poor. This was the homily at one of their Eucharists.) I once heard someone say...

Seeking Info: A Campus Chat

The Catholic Bishop of Buffalo NY, Most Rev. Richard J. Malone met with Vincentian students from Niagara University for a “Campus Chat”. Topics included: gun violence, suffering, gluten-free hosts, and outreach to neighbors in need.

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Anointing with the Holy Spirit and Mission

Anointing with the Holy Spirit and Mission

The risen Jesus breathes on us.  Anointing us so with the Holy Spirit, he sends us to work with him in the evangelization of the poor. The risen Jesus stands in the midst of his disciples.   Never mind that it is dark and the disciples bolted the doors.  First, he...

Combining Pragmatism with Idealism

In this video posted by the Hay Leadership Project Depaul University, Susanne Dumbleton, Ph.D. offers some ways of teaching/learning that could be helpful to the various branches of the Family who wish to attract and work with younger Vincentians.

Salvation in Jesus

In the book Acts of Apostles after the Pentecost, what follows especially from chapter two to four is the spirit filled sermons of St. Peter. In Chapter three we read how Peter healed the crippled beggar by saying, “I have no silver or gold, but what I have I give...

The Vincentians in Tarahumara (Mexico)

Why are we in Tarahumara? Motivated by our motto: "I was sent to evangelize the poor," the Vincentian missionaries responded to the call of the Bishop to collaborate in the Parish of Chinatú, Chih. We arrived at the Diocese on August 17, 1996. Since then 17...

On Being Overshadowed

On Being Overshadowed (Every year on the feast of the Annunciation thousands of Daughters of Charity the world over retake their vows of poverty, chastity, obedience and service to the poor. This was the homily at one of their Eucharists.) I once heard someone say...

Seeking Info: A Campus Chat

The Catholic Bishop of Buffalo NY, Most Rev. Richard J. Malone met with Vincentian students from Niagara University for a “Campus Chat”. Topics included: gun violence, suffering, gluten-free hosts, and outreach to neighbors in need.

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