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!
latest news on COVID-19
Articles for Vincentian Family
Paul’s guidance confronts me. I desire to heed his advice, but I feel the challenge and see the obstacles. Like much of Paul’s advice, no easy response presents itself.
Our Gospel story emphasizes the power of love. Within the Scriptures, the passages that speak of God’s love are numerous, as are those that celebrate human love.
Did you have a chance to see Pope Francis’ “Urbi et Orbi” blessing on March 27? Faith and prayer held the center in this simple yet dramatic event.
We must think of the bigger picture beyond and own immediate needs and even beyond first aid measures as important as they are.
I make no secret of the fact that if I could teach only one book of the Bible, I would choose the Psalms.
Work without the opportunity to find its purpose and its contribution to creation in the service of others is work that can dehumanize.
I have often given talks on the importance of silence and on the need to listen. I know the value of these attitudes in prayer and in fruitful conversation. From the silence can emerge new ideas and insights.
Personally and institutionally we must enlarge our doors to allow the King of Glory and his entire entourage entrance and application.
What’s your take on Systemic Change? I thought I would ask you to share what you think is the state of systemic change in the Vincentian Family.
The challenge and encouragement was for all of us to value and read our Bibles more vigorously—even as we prepared to listen to its word as a Church.
Former Superior General, Fr. Maloney, has spoken of his dreams for the fifth century of the Vincentian Charism. This post is an introduction to his earlier book, “The Dawn of a New Century”.