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Contribution of Bishop John Timon, C.M. to Early U.S. Church and Society

April 16 is the anniversary of the death of Bishop John Timon, C.M., the first provincial superior of the American province of the Congregation of the Mission and one of the giants of the early U.S. Catholic Church. He  established and/or encouraged many charitable...

July 26: Felix de Andreis, C.M., Joseph Rosati, C.M., and Companions Arrive in Baltimore

Watch a video about the first Vincentian Missionaries in the U.S., based on letters of Felix De Andreis, C.M.

Refresh, Reflect and Be Inspired: Ladies of Charity USA National Assembly

The Ladies of Charity USA held their 36th National Assembly last week in New York City. A new board and officers were installed, with Suzanne Johnson as the incoming president beginning January 2017. Aside from the installation, the Assembly offered the opportunity...

Resource at the College of Mt. St. Vincent

Get to know a useful resource. There is growing dissatisfaction with the USA process of electing a president and strong support for efforts to rein in the power of money on campaigns. Perhaps this is a problem in your country, too. In the latest national poll...
Keep Our Elections in Prayer

Keep Our Elections in Prayer

The Sisters of Charity Federation members committed themselves to joining in prayer and fasting for wisdom and discernment as the U.S. moves toward the national elections. They call everyone to join in prayer and fasting especially on the 2nd Tuesday of every month in...

Pope congratulates Obama

Pope congratulates Obama

Benedict XVI congratulated Barack Obama for being re-elected as president of the United States of America. The Pope expresses his best wishes to him on his new mandate, and gives assurances of his prayers to God to help him carry out his serious responsibilities, both...

“Intrinsic evil” according to Blessed John Paul

“Intrinsic evil” according to Blessed John Paul

With all the talk about "intrinsic eve" in the presidential elections in the US, many may be surprised to learn that Pope John Paul II, quoting Gaudium et Spes, says that intrinsically evil acts are "any kind of homicide, genocide, abortion, euthanasia and voluntary...

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