On November 6, the Church commemorates the saints martyred in the anti-clerical violence that took place during the Spanish Civil War (1936-39).
Every November 6, the Church commemorates the saints martyred in the anti-clerical violence that took place during the Spanish Civil War (1936-39). A number of them were from the Vincentian Family.
The Brothers CMM (Netherlands) have shared materials from their meditative meeting as a preparation for the feast of Saint Vincent, including a service with hymns and readings. Downloadable PDFs.
Video based on an article by Alvaro Quevedo Patarroyo, C.M.: “Saint Vincent, Priest of Charity at the Service of the Poor: Caring for Spiritual and Temporal Needs.”
On the feast day of St. John Gabriel Perboyre, C.M., we offer this brief presentation based on an article that originally appeared on cmglobal.org. [slideshare id=252924262&doc=stjohngabrielperboyrefromcmglobal-220911222803-55811604&w=800&h=600] [button...
Fr. Robert Maloney, C.M. asks: What does St. John Gabriel Perboyre teach us about living God’s life?
In this video, DePaul University’s Matthieu Brejon de Lavergnée and Craig Mousin, together with Tamara Thrasher of the Ozanam Center in Cincinnati, OH, share their insights on the legacy of Frederic Ozanam.
In this video, Rev. Aidan Rooney, C.M. takes us through Blessed Frederic and Catholic Social Teaching, principle by principle.
St. Vincent had many friends, but two friends stand out: St. Francis de Sales, Bishop of Geneva, and St. Jane Frances de Chantal, co-foundress of the Order of the Visitation of Saint Mary.
“When a person or a place impressed him, he drew a sketch of it. Such sketches dot his diary.”
In February of 1791, three missionaries including Fr. Francis Regis Clet, C.M., departed for China.
“The great things God does within a human soul are simple. Sanctity simply means love.” – Sr. Jozefa Watroba, D.C.