Virtual programs offered by the St. Vincent de Paul Young Adult Center in Philadelphia have enabled them to continue their mission during the pandemic.
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Keeping the flame of the Vincentian charism burning has been a challenge during the pandemic.
More than a year after the beginning of painful experience of the Covid-19 Pandemic and with the certainty of being at the beginning of the end and with vaccination underway, the world begins to draw conclusions and imagine what the future might be like.
Do others experience God’s love for them mirrored by our lives? Is it any wonder that Jesus speaks of the final judgement in terms of what we do for the unrecognized, bruised and broken Christ in our midst?
Fr Joseph J Arackal offers this Holy Cross Chaplet for Deliverance from Covid-19.
I never cease to be amazed at how many times Invisible People stops me as they give voice to situations I had not thought of.
Maybe the Advent message this year calls us to see beyond how COVID19 affects us, reminding us that others are suffering much more than we…
This year 2020, twelve years after I composed that song, I have discovered a new meaning of what it means, for a member of the Congregation, to celebrate the feast of Saint Vincent.
I believe that there has been an extraordinary expression of solidarity among people, especially as people reach out to assist those who have suffered the most.
We have been very close as a family despite the distance between our homes.
Vincentians of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul step up to help the most vulnerable households, raising awareness among people to avoid the spread of the virus, especially in the fringe areas.
The people in this region have always suffered from food shortages, which have been dramatically exacerbated in recent years by climate change.