Articles for Vincentians of Wherever

Vincentians of Wherever: Stephanie “Cole” Adams

A true Vincentian, she’ll hire people with insight into the immigrant and refugee experience, and have been directly impacted by Buffalo’s systemic poverty.

The Gift of Vulnerability: Everyone Has a Story

Everyone has a story that will break your heart. And, if you’re really paying attention, most people have a story that will bring you to your knees.

The Gift of Community: A Letter to a Future Volunteer

Savor the good times, and yes, even the challenging times. Community is absolutely incredible, and so much more than a simple definition could ever capture.

Integrating the Vincentian Tradition

Since 1856, Niagara University has been living the Vincentian tradition in upstate New York (USA). They continue to research and study this tradition.

Each Person Has A Story

Each Person Has A Story

“Each person has a story” so said my friend A. C. When I was asked to write a piece about the Vincentian charism in action, I was still trying to decide what to do when I went to Mass at Sacred Heart Parish, Mill Hill, London, UK.  “A” is known to me as an AIC member,...

Fruits of the Earth

Fruits of the Earth

Lettuce, peas, green beans, kale (…so much kale), parsley, carrots, peppers, spinach, tomatoes, struggling eggplants, spiders, weeds, bees, killdeer bird eggs, and butterflies — all of these find a home in my 10×10 community garden plot. Although I watched my mother...

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