The servant of the poor must be poor himself, must suffer the hunger and the pain of the poor.
Articles for praying our heritage
The poor and rich, the weak and the powerful are one and the same flesh of humanity…
St. Vincent wrote: “We are living on the patrimony of Jesus Christ, on the sweat of the poor.”
God speaks to us in the lives of people we meet!
What can I do to live in a kingdom where all are truly welcomed as God has welcomed me?
What gift can I bring to those who have no room in the inn?
How did Vincent, Louise, and our respective founders embody reconciliation?
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Who are the dented coins in my life?
How often do we thank God for speaking to our hearts?
How can I grow in the awareness of the fire of God’s love for me?
Can I recognize when I used common sense and when I was indiscreet?