How might Joseph have prayed and meditated on Psalm 27?
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An important maxim in Christian tradition affirms simply lex orandi, lex credendi that can be rendered “The law of praying is the law of believing.”
Suppose that you served on the committee that debated the choice of the week to honor St. Joseph. What day would you pick?
As we reflect upon the meaning of the cross in this Holy Week, the third evangelist’s writing draws us to consider the suffering of the faultless in an emphatic way.
An analysis of each of the persons in the story would reward our study, but let me single out the way the father responds to his younger son’s return.
As a Vincentian Family, we know the close ties that we have with those who are poor among us. A DNA test might reveal that it is not just a matter of the spirit but also of the blood.
Growing up, those not familiar with my family would frequently confuse our names. I confess to some annoyance when someone got my name wrong.
All of us remember the children’s game, “follow the leader” – a “leader” guides a group through a series of actions and adventures that others would imitate
The “weariness of the journey” can capture the sense of so many of us who take up the responsibilities for our Church, communities, and families.
I am struck by the way in which “the feast of the Conversion of Paul” creates a context at beginning and end with which Vincent’s bounds his remembrance.
After the Baptism, Jesus hears these words: “You are my beloved Son; with you I am well pleased.”
An Aramaic word associated with the Christmas as well as the Advent Season is “maranatha.”