Who you know matters. Who you help them to know can matter even more.
Articles for social justice
If we are to truly assess our work according to how we are responding to present issues of social justice, then we must look deeper into ourselves, our core values, and the beliefs that we bring to the table with us.
Overview of the outreach services of the Ladies of Charity in Albany, NY
Overview of the outreach services of the Ladies of Charity in Western New York
Clericalism leads to many dangers in the Church and in the lives of all people, clergy and laity.
The pervasive presence and practice of racism in our society agitates my Vincentian heart.
What if we reflect upon homelessness as the loss of Earth and the many habitats and ecosystems that support human life?
The “Vincentian Family of North America Social Justice Representatives Collaboration Climate Change Statement” written several years ago invites us to respond to the crisis of global climate change as one of the central ethical issues of our time.
We support comprehensive immigration reform, forged from core Christian social beliefs that honor the dignity of every human being.
More Vincentians are asking deeper questions and looking for ways to enkindle families and to link them with resources to move them to financial stability.
When we measure how we are “acting justly,” it’s much easier to think and act on corporal needs or, for some, to give money to provide for these good works.
Heading to McAllen, Texas to serve at the Humanitarian Respite Center during the Christmas season, I set my heart to be like the Magi – searching for Jesus.