Articles for activism

January: a USA season of protests #IamVincent

January brings a new year, and renewed attention to continuing social issues in the United States: Abortion, Women's rights, racism. DACA is still under siege. Why should Vincentians be present? A reflection by Colorado Vincentian Volunteer alumna and Vincentian Lay...

Moses, Soup Kitchens and Politics

Now here’s a thought! “If Moses acted like most clergy he would have gone down to the slave camps of Egypt and opened a food pantry. If Moses would have done that we never would have heard of Moses.” The sentence caught my attention. Just substitute "many in the...

Vincentians of Wherever: Get Political!

The approach to poverty in American politics generally—and in public child welfare specifically—has always been influenced by the widespread understanding of poverty as primarily a moral and personal failing, rather than a structural issue. Jeremy Kohomban & David...

“I Protest Because Walls Only Serve to Separate and Divide Us” Activists Saying #IamVincent

See. Judge. Act. We often think of this as analysis for project planning. But activism stems from this as well. A new generation of Vincentians in the United States have heard the call of the Gospel: "I was a stranger and you welcomed me!" In response to the recent...

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