Whose story are you most aware of? Can you recognize the interconnection of all stories? Do Vincentians have a special vocation as storytellers?
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After viewing the presentation of Sr. Claire Sweeney, DC on Frederick Ozanam and Social Justice, I fantasized what he might say if he, like Pope Francis, were invited to address a joint session of Congress.
Is the Church like a closet where we wistfully keep things from the past, a dreary chamber filled only with us, our problems and our disappointments? Then it will be impossible to recognize God’s silent and unassuming presence.
“The Pope Video” series continues! Watch the latest 2-minute installment: The Beauty of Marriage.
Do we understand “Body of Christ”? If we do would it challenge our way of thinking and the systems we live with?
“… create a Family that looks to the past for inspiration, but is also eager to create a vibrant innovative collaborative future in the service of the most abandoned.” Fr. Robert Maloney
“The Pope Video” series continues! Watch the latest 2-minute installment: The World of Finance.
Three words sum up Mary’s attitude: listening, decision, action. They are words that point out a way for us too as we face what the Lord asks of us in life. Listening, decision, action. (Pope Francis)
One of the themes threaded throughout Laudato Si’ is the need for an ecological conversion.
I am not an Ethiopian at the beginning of a thousand-mile journey. Actually, I am on a lifelong journey of trying to “put on the mind of Christ,” to see things as Jesus, the stranger in my life, sees them.
Pope Francis Invites us to Reflect on St. Joseph’s Heritage During the World Day of Prayer for Vocations
Pope Francis’ message for the 58th World Day of Prayer for Vocations to be celebrated on April 25 reminds us that the foster father of Jesus is an “extraordinary figure, yet at the same time one so close to our own human experience.”
In today’s world where countless organisms have been destroyed or are under threat, the cross of Christ reveals God’s redemptive co-suffering with creation in all its complexity, struggle and pain.