Let’s leave everything to serve God and our neighbor. St. Vincent de Paul
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”Laudato Si’ taught us that EVERYTHING is connected; ‘Fratelli Tutti’ teaches us that EVERYONE is connected.”
If we can listen to one another with respect and belief in what is possible for them we will be taking the next step to making it possible for each of us to become more fully alive.
We know Vincent heard the cries of the poor. Can we listen as Vincent did?
Seeking the advice of Saint Vincent in the everyday situations we experience in serving our neighbor.
St. Vincent de Paul’s ministry emerged from a set of values deeply rooted in his Christocentric faith and the person of Jesus Christ, the Evangelizer of the Poor. From an essay by Rev. Edward Udovic, C.M., Ph.D.
“God is with us. This is the message of hope that we want to shout from the rooftops, that we want to beam over the airwaves, that we want to put on the front page of our publications and post on our social media accounts.”
Continuing the presentation of Fr. Robert Maloney’s research into the amazing facts of St. Vincent’s many initiatives with regard to the homeless of his day.
A description of a change agent – “one who can make changes happen by inspiring and influencing others.” How does that fit you, St. Vincent de Paul, and the Vincentian Family?
Where and how do we today walk the back alleys of our world?
Vincent de Paul was born in France in 1581 during a time not unlike today: a time marred by war, disease, and poverty.
The Christ of St. Vincent is the Christ of Luke. He is the Christ who evangelizes the poor.