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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.
The pandemic has greatly changed our lives as a family. We have become separated because of medical reasons.
Each message reminds us of the need to live our day in prayer, offering who we are and what we do for the good of our sisters and brothers.
The Fr. Virgil Cordano Center’s (FVCC) purpose is to provide a quiet, respectful, and safe environment for those without housing to experience a place of welcome and support.
We can affirm that “everything is grace.” Despite the fact that we have not left our house, we feel that we are in communion with the whole Church.
This situation that we have experienced as a Family — and I, as a doctor on the front-lines treating COVID-19 patients — has forced us to return to our essence.
We are very carefully moving out of a situation of quarantine and there is now talk about returning to a “new normal.”
This year, the feast of St Vincent de Paul is going to be very different from what we would have liked.
On the occasion of the feast of Saint Vincent de Paul, Fr. Tomaž Mavrič, CM, published a message in which he shared reflections on the challenges for charitable activity especially during this time of the pandemic that has spread throughout the world.
COVID-19 pandemic has made it clear that care services are a pre-requisite for all workers with family responsibilities.