“Elizabeth Ann Seton was a mother in every respect, loving her own children, her extended family, her spiritual daughters, her students, and persons in need, with maternal care.”
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“In all of her teaching and with every fiber of her being, Louise de Marillac transmitted the flame that was alive in her, a love for humanity drawn from a love for Christ Incarnate.” – Sr. Élisabeth Charpy, D.C.
This month, on May 9, we celebrate the Feast Day of St. Louise de Marillac. A presentation takes a look at her experiences of caring for the sick and dying in France. In her letters we can see many parallels with our situation today.
On the eve of the Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, we offer the following thoughts on Mary from a Vincentian perspective. Fr. Thomas McKenna, CM, once spoke of St. Vincent’s key insights about the Blessed Mother: [One of the...
Today is the birthday of St. Louise de Marillac. We offer this little SlideShare presentation to pray with some time this weekend. It’s from a Vincentian Heritage Journal article by Fr. Robert Maloney, C.M.
SlideShare presentation: Fr. Antonius Sad Budianto, C.M. of Indonesia talks about collaboration in the Vincentian Family. He presents some models of collaboration, describes his own experiences with collaboration, points out some of the challenges and offers some findings.
This week we commemorate the life of Blessed Ceferino Giménez Malla. He was martyred during the Spanish Civil War on August 9, 1936. His memorial is celebrated on August 2. Learn more about Blessed Ceferino in this SlideShare presentation.
July 31 is the anniversary of the founding of the Sisters of Charity of St. Joseph’s by St. Elizabeth Ann Seton at Emmitsburg, Maryland, USA. Learn more about the origins of the Vincentian Family in the United States in this SlideShare presentation.
[Visual presentation at the end of the article] “I am happy to make a great gift to the Congregation of the Mission in the person of this postulant, Justin De Jacobis,” wrote a Carmelite, Fr. Mariano Cacace on Oct. 17, 1818, as he presented a new candidate to our...
Father Robert Maloney, C.M., writes: More than a century before the word “inculturation” became popular, Justin [St. Justin de Jacobis] was a master of the art. He said to his listeners: “...if anyone should question you: ‘Who is this stranger?’, answer: ‘He is a...
Learn more about the origins of the Vincentians in the United States, and their founding superior, Fr. Felix de Andreis, in this SlideShare presentation.
How often do we reflect together on our experiences among those who live in poverty? What happened in the course of your ministry that was important to you during the past week?