Fr. Bruce Krause, C.M. prepared these PowerPoint slides of special places in the life of St. Vincent de Paul.
Slide presentation based on the article “Mental Prayer: Yesterday and Today – Some Reflections on the Vincentian Tradition” by Father Robert P. Maloney, C.M.
Father José María Román, C.M. explains why Saint Vincent de Paul is to be considered a key figure in the history of the holiness of the Church. (Part 3 of 3)
The author Thomas Davitt, C.M. suggests that although biographers and illustrators have tended to place all the emphasis on his martyrdom, Francis Clet was, before anything else, a confrere.
Fr. Hugh O’Donnell, C.M. explores “discernment” as “a choice, not between good and evil, but between two or more goods.”
In his writings and conferences, St. Vincent makes many mentions of the Heart of Jesus. Learn more in this presentation based on an article by Fr. Robert Maloney, CM.
The phrase “the poor evangelize us” is an experience common to all who have encountered the poor.
Creating encounters in charity with others brings us closer to God.
A look back at what was happening this week in 1849, 1878, and 1888.
St. Louise moved from a world of suffering to a new life of creative boldness and leadership.
Mary shows the path a model disciple should follow: ponder, meditate, treasure in the heart, hold and transform tension.
Ask yourself the following questions, based on the five Vincentian Virtues of Humility, Simplicity, Meekness, Mortification, and Zeal.