What can I do to live in a kingdom where all are truly welcomed as God has welcomed me?
Did this artist capture Vincent’s sprit? What do our tables usually look like?
What might be “Socially Acceptable” and “Not Socially Acceptable” elements of “structural” racism.
What do our tables say to us about whose lives matter?
The hardships of war emptied out the homes of the poor in Vincent’s day. How will we work for those driven from their homes today?
Whack-a-mole has become something of a metaphor for a recurring problem that one never seems to get ahead of. How do we address recurring problems?
Vincent imitated Christ by seeking what Jesus sought… to be Good News to the poor and marginalized.
Every time some idea was proposed at Vatican II which appeared new, I said to myself “Saint Vincent taught us that!” Sr. Guillemin, DC on her experience as an official “auditor” at Vatican II
Popes Benedict and Francis call us to imitate God who reached out to us an invited all of us to sit at the table.
VinFormation presents a prayerful video reflection on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception followed by a summary of Marian Spirituality and the Vincentian Charism by Corpus Delgado, C.M. Watch the video now... http://youtu.be/C_XkQ2ffNxI Read this excerpt from the...
Systemic change requires transformational leaders. They work with people to identify the needed change, creating a vision to guide the change through inspiration, and executing the change in tandem with committed members of the group." Both Gandhi and Vincent de...
“Standing in the Right Place,” With Vincent Father Tom McKenna, CM preached this homily at the St. Vincent's Day celebration for St Vincent's day homily to the Vincentian Family in New Orleans. In his letter on Consecrated Life this past year, Pope Francis pointed to...