Articles for Calgary

Four Brief Reflections

Service in Hope – “I am among you as one who serves.” (Lk. 22:27)   “There is no better way to insure our eternal happiness than to live and die in the service of the poor, within the arms of Providence and, and in a real renunciation of ourselves by following Jesus...

Vincentian Spirituality and more

  Vincentian Spirituality God leads us into the midst of the world and God waits for us among the poor. Christ invites us to participate in the mission and He sits with us in prayer.  Christ enables us to be charitable.  The theme is as a reflection to me and is...

Reach Beyond

Welcoming the Stranger - I attended a Syrian Refugee workshop presented by my Diocese. It gave me us a better understanding of how we can be present to them.  I was a stranger and you welcomed me.  This statement from Matthew is one we follow willingly and lovingly in...

Vincentians Learn from Scripture

Vincentians Learn from Scripture - Vincentians are Loving Servants - Vincentians Show Others the Way Vincentian Learn from Scripture “Oh! How beautiful and consoling. It is not easy, but if we wish to follow Christ closely, we cannot choose an easy, quiet life. It...
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Mercy, the Key to God’s Heart

Feel God’s Touch – Mercy, the Key to God’s Heart -- Silence is Golden Feel God’s Touch – God’s hand is always on us.  Sometimes we don’t see or feel His presence, sometimes we do not see the light at the end of the tunnel or we have tunnel vision.  But never despair. ...

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Celebrate the Kingdom

I Am a Sinner – Celebrate the Kingdom – God’s Plan for Us... Such are the topics for Lynn L'Heureux's weekly reflection Dear Vincentian Brothers and Sisters. Pray always for Peace and remember to also pray for your enemy. God will heal their hearts and change their...

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Putting faith in action

 Dear Vincentian Brothers and Sisters:  Let us pray for the entire Vincentian Family around the world and pray for our priests, deacons, bishops, archbishops and Pope Francis.  We are truly blessed to have clergy and religious on our paths to holiness.  There are so...

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