The LCUSA Advocacy Committee is helping for help on four different advocacy items.
Articles for Advocacy
Vincentian solidarity against COVID-19: 13 Houses Campaign and Coronavirus The "13 Houses" Campaign is expanding due...
What can I do in this time of social distancing? The highly committed and knowledgeable folks at Invisible People...
I should not have been but I was surprised by some of the things Pope Francis included in his Lenten Letter 2020
In addition to caring for the sick poor in their homes, Blessed Rosalie collaborated closely with the civil authorities responsible for the assistance of those who were poor.
Profiles in courage from the present and the past, young and old.
“Jesus himself warns us that the path he proposes goes against the flow, even making us challenge society by the way we live and, as a result, becoming a nuisance.”
Ever Wanted a Do-over? Vincent did! I suspect we all have. How about helping others rebuild their lives by speaking out on their behalf?
The Voice of the Poor, the wounded on the road to Jericho today. Some questions for digital passersby and good Samaritans.
Transportation projects are managing not only commuting and congestion, but also broader social issues like job access and even infant mortality. It can be done. Justly. Get in on the debate in your local area!
Vincentians of every branch are often shy, or at least trying to be humble. Humility is a great goal. Not advocating isn’t humility. Here’s how Daughter of Charity Julie Kubasak is trying to advocate.
Social media might be a powerful tool, and Dr. David K. Rehr, Law Professor at George Mason University, questions whether or not there is evidence to support social media's "advocacy efficacy"! I am certain that advocates will be able to point to successful social...