These days we are living are days, hours, months, the years of miracles. They challenge us to look for the hope in the miracles around us: of birth, of waiting, of death, of the promise of eternal life.
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Articles for Advent
In 1657, St. Vincent wrote to St. Louise about how “to spend Advent well”.
During the Advent Season, each one of the four members of the International Vincentian Family Office will offer a brief video. Part Three
Fr. Robert Maloney, CM reflects on peace as a theme of Advent.
On December 6, 2020 thousands of members of the Vincentian Family gathered together through the internet for a moment of prayer. This was an opportunity to give thanks to God and to express our hope as we approach anew the celebration of the birth of the Savior in the...
Fr. Joe Agostino, CM, from the Vincentian Family Office offers a brief video on Advent.
A baby changes everything. Never was that truer than in the birth of the one we call Jesus of Nazareth. The birth of Jesus literally changed everything for everyone.
During the Advent Season, each one of the four members of the International Vincentian Family Office will offer a brief video. Part One
In the Advent letter of this year, “marked with so much suffering, anxiety, and fear,” Fr. Tomaž Mavrič, CM, the 24th successor of St. Vincent, invites us to fix our eyes on “Somebody who lives in us, whose Spirit fills every corner of our being.”
The season of Advent is characterized by three words: preparation, hope, and joy.
In this year’s Advent letter, Fr Tomaž Mavrič, CM invites us to look at God’s provident love, and to reflect on some key texts of St Vincent de Paul.
This year my image of Advent is an image of expectant parents excitedly seeking, and rejoicing in, the evidence of life stirring in a womb of God’s people.