“The great things God does within a human soul are simple. Sanctity simply means love.” – Sr. Jozefa Watroba, D.C.
Father Robert Maloney, C.M. writes: “I offer these five Marian faces as a way of reflecting on the rich, varied tradition surrounding the Virgin Mary.”
A presentation about the early work of our founders in caring for the mentally ill in 17th century France.
As part of a lecture given at the Centre International de Formation (CIF), Father John E. Rybolt, C.M. outlines the history of the apostolic activity of the Congregation of the Mission. Thank you to DePaul University for posting the Selected Works of Fr. Rybolt...
St. Vincent soon realized that the fruit of the popular missions would quickly vanish unless there were good priests to continue conducting them; so, he makes seminary work a part of the purpose of his Congregation.
On January 25 we commemorate a transformative moment in the life of St. Vincent. Inspired by this, may we each “find our own Folleville”.
Blessed Anna Maria Janer Anglarill was a Spanish nun who established the Sisters of the Holy Family of Urgell, choosing St. Vincent de Paul as a primary patron.
"Blessed Lindalva [represents] not only the Northeastern Brazilian woman, but any woman who accepts taking care of her family, and the elderly, who lives the traditions of homemaking and religious devotion with joy. [She represents] many women who are victims of...
Through the research of Sister Joan E. Cook, SC we can acknowledge and better appreciate St. Elizabeth Seton’s great devotion to the Bible.
The author, Maryanna Coyle, S.C., identifies five qualities of Elizabeth’s formation and shows how they influenced her life and thought.
Reflection on Mary’s Magnificat.
In 1657, St. Vincent wrote to St. Louise about how “to spend Advent well”.