How did Vincent, Louise, and our respective founders embody reconciliation?
St. Vincent instinctively realized the role of laypersons in bringing about systemic change.
Pope Francis and St. Vincent spoke truth to power. What guidelines might be helpful consider in speaking truth to power?
The homeless ranked high on Vincent’s agenda. A careful analysis of his life, writings, and conferences produces a very concrete picture of his works on their behalf.
“To set people’s hearts on fire,” this is how Vincent described our vocation. Paul wrote to Timothy… and to these seven men… “I remind you to fan into flame the gift of God, which is in you.”
Jesus Mission statement is short. “Bring Good News to the poor.” Six words! They were the most powerful words in his life. What did these words mean to Saints Vincent and Louise? Us?
COVID 19 is by no means the only pandemic we face. We need to work together… That requires a culture of collaboration.
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What do our tables say to us about whose lives matter?
Mindwalk is a vehicle for contact, inspiration, mutual support. In short, a place of mutual encounter where people share their experience, learn from one another and inspired in their following of Christ the evangelizer of the Poor.
Taking a break from the news of the day let’s smile with Vincentians and Popes!
How can we blend sysemic change and a “culture of encounter” in serving the homeless.