For years now I have fully appreciated the thought behind celebrating Black History Month. At least that was until I saw…
As we journey together, I invite us to “see,” seek, and sink our Charity roots this Advent into a deeper appreciation and celebration of…
As a member of the Social Justice Representatives of North America, I find myself grateful over and over again for the global view of the Vincentian Family.
In this time of sheltering in place as a result of COVID-19, what is happening “in the shadows” is an increase in domestic violence.
In the current context of the pandemic and the awakening to systemic racial injustice, what is the work to which God is calling us?
As we recognize this fifth anniversary of Pope Francis’s encyclical letter, Laudato Si’ (On Care for Our Common Good), the Vinfam social justice collaborators have been discussing this topic over the past two monthly calls.
There are indications that some Native American populations are facing a disproportionate brunt of the COVID-19 epidemic with higher infection and mortality rates than the overall U.S. population.
This year, with the pandemic, many more of us have become more grounded in the reality of essential workers or front-line workers.
So…where do I stand? Where do you stand on ending homelessness? I invite all of us to ask ourselves this question!
Father Virgil Cordano Center (FVCC), is a day center that serves people who are homeless seeking a place of respite and belonging while determining their next steps in life.
Who you know matters. Who you help them to know can matter even more.
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.