This was the crisis situation in which 7 young men stood up and decided “to go to the margins”. This is a dramatic, very moving and very topical story, with many parallels between that period and our own.
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On this feast day of Blessed Ghebre Michael, please enjoy this presentation from a talk by Fr. Richard McCullen, C.M.
Blessed Ghebre-Michael (Feast day: August 30) was an associate of St. Justin de Jacobis, C.M. in Ethiopia.
Presentation based on the AIC’s Reflection Paper “The First Rule (1617)”, Sixth Theme.
“Every aspect of Mary’s life became a subject of prayer for Louise.”
Faced with potential difficulties in obtaining Church approval of the Daughters of Charity, St. Louise undertakes a pilgrimage to Chartres to ask for the help of Our Lady.
“Be kind and love, for love is your first gift to the poor. They will appreciate your kindness and your love more than all else you can bring them.” – Blessed Rosalie
The practical wisdom of St. Vincent with regard to meekness– a wisdom learned from Jesus Christ.
The Sisters, family members, and students moved into the four-room, two-story stone farmhouse and began living their Provisional Rule on 31 July 1809, which is considered the founding of the Sisters of Charity.
St. Justin de Jacobis, C.M. (feast day: July 30) faced and overcame many challenges and hardships. His humility, goodness, and charity inspired vocations to the priesthood and converted many others in 19th century Abyssinia.
They sailed to Baltimore, MD, primarily to establish a seminary in the Louisiana territory.
Is it possible that the world of poverty can be overcome through music? Is it possible to create a world in which all the members of the Vincentian Family sing praise to God?