A presentation from Chapter 15 of “Louise de Marillac: Come Winds or High Waters” by Élisabeth Charpy, D.C., (2018).
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Louise reflected on what she came to know about the early Congregation of the Mission and, as she liked to do with the...
“As we say about some of the people in the Bible, so too we can say that Louise walked with God (Cf., Genesis 5:22).”
“…your principal concern, which God asks especially of you, is to be very attentive in serving the poor, who are our lords. Oh yes, Sisters! They are our masters. That is why you must treat them gently and kindly…” – St. Vincent de Paul
A simple PowerPoint to guide your group step by step in the process of apostolic reflection.
Presentation on the virtue of mortification in mind and spirit, as taught by St. Vincent de Paul.
This presentation highlights several references to St. Joseph from St. Vincent’s correspondence.
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This version of the Way of the Cross pairs one of the Works of Mercy with each Station of the Cross, along with a quote from St. Louise de Marillac.
Fr. Robert Maloney, CM, writes: "...I encourage you in Lent to allow the Spirit to lead you into the desert, as Jesus did, that the Spirit might empower you for a renewed mission." Read more in this presentation: [slideshare...
Let’s look at “Prayer in Motion” as seen in the life of St. Louise.
Presentation of a classic Lenten Letter of Fr. Robert Maloney, CM.