It’s common for people to perceive God is like the fatherly figures in their lives. I experienced my father as loving.
This year the changing of our time clocks coincides with the beginning of Lent. is an opportunity to step back and look at the vocational choices we have already made – marital, religious, or priestly.
A SlideShare presentation based on an article by Sr. Gertrude Foley, S.C. looks at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton’s “spirituality for mission”… a guide for present-day Vincentians to avoid some of the ways that we block our own effectiveness as servants of God.
When God has other ideas do we follow them?
Pope Francis, in his recent writing explaining everyday holiness tells us “Hungering and thirsting for righteousness: that is holiness.”
Life happens in seasons. God does not waste seasons. What can I learn from the seasons of life of those who inspire me?
5 Faces of St. Vincent de Paul - which one do you know best? Missionary… witness… formator… inventive… contemplative… active… prayerful… gentle… compassionate… these are some of the words used to describe St. Vincent de Paul.Fr. Maloney writes... Vincent de Paul lived...
Robert Maloney, C.M., the former Superior General of the Congregation of the Mission, lives in Philadelphia, Pa. He offers the following "to do" list for Pope Francis. Dear Pope Francis, On March 13, you told the world: “I have the feeling that my pontificate will be...
“(Vincent) often spoke of the mystery of the Trinity to the Vincentians and Daughters. In an article “As friends who love one another deeply – reflections on community living yesterday and today” Father Robert Maloney shares his reflections.
Maloney – The Cross in Vincentian Spirituality
“The Eucharist in the Vincentian Tradition – Love is Creative unto Infinity”
New Year’s reading – Reviewing a Superior General’s hopes – To what extent were the these three snapshots prophetic? What are the constant themes valid for today? What remains to be done?