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More on Reconciliation with Frédéric Ozanam

Last week I introduced you to a song about Reconciliation. This week, as we celebrate Frédéric Ozanam, I invite you to enjoy the reflections of Luis Fernando Figari in his article, "Frederic Ozanam: Apostle of Charity and Reconciliation." Written in 1997, yet still...

Stop Calling People Out

Stop calling people out. Call them in. Sharon Browning, well known as a speaker and educator in the Vincentian tradition, continues the theme of reconciliation begun by Fr. Tom McKenna in his recent post. Sharon founded JUST Listening, a movement which "fosters...

Vincentians – A Reconciling Tradition

“to be in this Family of Vincent and Frederick (and all its other peace-bringers) is to be influenced by this reconciling strain in the Family history”theme of being a reconciler, a bringer of peace, a person who would stand in the middle and work to bring disparate sides together.”

Pope’s guide to confession

Going to confession during Lent? Here are some tips from the pope

Vincentians – A Reconciling Tradition

Vincentians – A Reconciling Tradition

“to be in this Family of Vincent and Frederick (and all its other peace-bringers) is to be influenced by this reconciling strain in the Family history”theme of being a reconciler, a bringer of peace, a person who would stand in the middle and work to bring disparate sides together.”

If you think it is hard to forgive…

If you think it is hard to forgive…

20 years after the genocide in Rwanda, reconciliation still happens one encounter at a time. The New York Times offers a photographic essay of victim and aggressor. "Last month, the photographer Pieter Hugo went to southern Rwanda, two decades after nearly a million...

Leave a legacy this Christmas

Leave a legacy this Christmas

No... not money ... but reconciliation. Igniter Media offers an insight into the lasting legacy of reconciliation. Resolving any conflict is a hard thing to do well, especially within your own family. Ultimately though, pursuing conflict resolution is an opportunity...

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