Vincentian Family

A Vincentian View: Ordinary Time

Our liturgical year has again arrived at its longest season.  After the preparation of Advent draws us into the joyful celebration of Christmas, we move to “ordinary time” until Lent leads us into the Easter Season and Pentecost.

A Vincentian View: Look Inside and Outside

The flow of our celebrations in these weeks invite us to a place in the middle. Two feasts attract our attention and border out reflections.

A Vincentian View: A Message for the Baptist

Are you surprised when John sends some of his disciples to Jesus to ask him who he is?

A Vincentian View: A Vincentian Crèche

An invitation from the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy asked me to create a reflection for their digital Advent + Christmas crèche calendar for 2022

+ Father Jack McKenna, CM

With great sadness and loss I just learned that Fr. Jack McKenna, CM died peacefully last night in the Hospice unit of Calvary Hospital. May he rejoice in the arms of his God and those of his family and friends who welcomed him. He will be missed by his loved ones,...

St. Catherine Laboure – the Silent Saint

St. Catherine Laboure – the Silent Saint

Our Mother, the Virgin Mary, entrusted to Saint Catherine the making of a medal that would be a symbol of the faith of all those who wore it.  Catherine, a young novice, fulfilled the Virgin’s request and thanks to her faithfulness we have seen “miracles” throughout...

Vincentian Family and Social Justice

Vincentian Family and Social Justice

Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill celebrate collaboration of National Vincentian Family on Social Justice Issues Social justice representatives from fifteen branches of the Vincentian Family in North America are collaborating on issues of peace, justice and integrity...

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