I recently posed the following questions to our social justice network within the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul (SSVP), Canada.
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Poverty and racism have always been intertwined. If we do not include address both, it will be difficult to realize any positive results that may finally lead to Justice For All.
The recent murder of George Floyd has resulted in a nationwide and even worldwide response to racial prejudice.
Let 2020 be the start of a new decade and one in which we renew our commitment to being Vincentians. Let us remember why we are Vincentians.
I would like to think 2020 can also mean a year in which our social justice efforts demonstrate great vision through our 3-year national action campaign.
As we enjoy another Christmas season, I think we always look ahead with anticipation of a time for gift giving, seeing relatives and friends and celebrating the birth of the infant Jesus.
Our Lady of Guadalupe brings together Indigenous and non-Indigenous Catholics from all the Americas.
More details about the The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul, Canada’s 3-year campaign under the theme of “SAFE, SECURE AND AFFORDABLE HOUSING IS A HUMAN RIGHT.”
The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul, Canada has embarked on a 3-year campaign under the theme of “SAFE, SECURE AND AFFORDABLE HOUSING IS A HUMAN RIGHT.”
As Vincentians we must also look at the effect on our fellow residents of this planet who are amongst those living in poverty.
As we examine the urgent need to address climate change, I’d like to look at how it is affecting Canada.
My original plan for this article was to report on an Atlantic Canada Vincentian family social justice gathering in Halifax, Nova Scotia, but hurricane Dorian had other plans.