Vincentian Family

A Vincentian View: Back to the Beginning

Are you ready for the beginning of a new liturgical year?

A Vincentian View: Thinking about Thanks

When we think about the celebration of Thanksgiving, one scriptural passage readily emerges from our Gospel readings. 

A Vincentian View: Saints and Souls

Each of the days that introduce the month of November—All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day—brings a different word to my mind. 

A Vincentian View: Shalom

Have you been praying for peace in these days?  I hope so.  I certainly have.  As I do so, I find myself reflecting on the meaning of the word “peace” and what it means for the Christian.

Lessons from “Call the Midwife”

Lessons from “Call the Midwife”

The real story of the "sisters" of  "Call the Midwife" ... and how it echoes the life and works of the founders of the various branches of the Vincentian Family "The police were everywhere and never walked the streets alone yet the midwives could travel through the...

“Brothers and Sisters, we have work to do!”

“Brothers and Sisters, we have work to do!”

Much of Lynn L'Heureux's message this week could  be a commentary on the line of Peter "Brothers and Sisters, we have work to do!"  that she quotes from the new movie "The Son of God" Son of God – Saved by Jesus’ Sacrifice – Your Lenten Journey – No Greater Love Dear...

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