All of us have become familiar with the incentive that has become part of our national effort to protect each other and our country: “If you see something, say something.”
Four of Paul’s epistles are called “captivity letters:” Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians and Philemon.
Whom would Vincent consider as close to his heart in thinking and serving?
Let us commit to clothing ourselves in an attitude that will help us to “turn the medal over”.
The pleasure of reading Vincentian authors on the meaning of Christ for Vincent, of looking at Vincent’s own writings and preaching, and of studying the events of his life has tendered me a blessing
Scholars generally divide the 23rd Psalm, the so-called Shepherd’s Psalm, into two parts.
In this academic year, St. John’s University, where I minister, celebrates its 150th anniversary.
What couldn’t we do if we got to know other branches of our Vincentian Family, especially in our local area?
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?
Have you considered how many of the stories in our NT can be read as half-stories? We might just stop in the middle!
Join those willing to rise up to meet the challenges of our times on Friday, October 9 and Saturday, October 10 for a free online conference!