When us older (and hopefully wiser) Vincentians look back on what this world has achieved in our lifetimes it is truly amazing.
Another spring is upon us with all of its hopes for renewal, whether in our faiths, nature, sports, politics, or family.
The on-going struggle to introduce and promote social justice within the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul in Canada is one that continues to challenge us in many ways.
Servant leadership is term used within the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul and is likely familiar with many branches of the Vincentian family.
As Vincentians our first and foremost goal is the relief of poverty across the world. We are ready to act and assist our neighbours in need in every way we can.
As I sat with my wife on New Year’s Eve and watched the Big Apple drop in New York, it was, as always, great to see so much joy, love, reflection and hope for what this new year of 2023 may bring us.
One definition of the word reflection is “an image as seen in a mirror.” In addition, we often use this term to reflect on a prayer or other topical subject.
As I resume my Famvin articles, much has happened over the past summer months.
The laws of Indigenous Peoples around the world are often referred to as “Nature’s Laws.”
Our national social justice committee formed a sub committee titled the Indigenous Sharing Circle. (ISC).
You must look at yourself and any conscious or unconscious biases you may have. You must speak out when you hear others act or comment about someone.
While we pride ourselves as Vincentians, on our efforts of charity and justice, how often do we really hear what those we serve are telling us?