Is all prayer something that we have to set aside specific times for? Not really! How about praying in short bursts as an image comes to our minds?
We live in a post-Ascension world where Jesus no longer walks among us. Or does he? If we are the Body of Christ then our footprints are his footprints.
Sr. Pat Evanick, D.C., writes, "Learning is our Vincentian Way...." You will find that charity is a heavy burden to...
Along with significant changes in the Vincentian Family Office, there have been some changes right here at famvin.org as well. In an attempt to provide easy access to formation materials, you'll notice we've simplified the site menu (at the top, in BLACK). It now says...
New feature from FamVin and VinFormation
by John Freund, CM | Mar 27, 2015 | International Association of Charities - Ladies of Charity, News
Ladies of Charity reflect on “Mob psychology” and Palm Sunday. This week’s reflection, written by Sr. Carol Schumer, D.C., inspires us: rather than becoming caught up in “mob psychology”, we must learn to live in authenticity and love, as modeled by Our Lord Jesus and also by St. Vincent de Paul.
Evangelized By the Poor: The Salvific Power of Those Living in Poverty
From August 25-29, the formation session on “the theology of the mission” (promoted by CLAPVI) took place in Fazendo de Engenho/Caraça (Brazil). Forty-seven persons participated: twenty-nine priests, three deacons, one brother, seven seminarians in their first year of studies and seven Daughters of Charity.
Different Ministries but the Same Mission: The Vincentian Family – Continuing education presentation from the AIC (LCUSA)
For nearly six months FamvVin has been offering a feature called “Saturday Study Hall” introducing and highlighting material found in the Vincentian Encyclopedia. We ask 30 seconds of your time…
It has been approximately six months that FamVin has been presenting a weeklyFormation Friday feature drawn from the resources found on the VinFormation section of the FamVin.org website. This is the time to take stock and ask for as little as 30 seconds of your time...
Travel with 18 Vincentians for three weeks as they experience the places that were significant to Vincent during his life.