This Labor Day I found myself thinking more up close and personal. I am thinking about our co-workers in ministry and those we live with.
Four hundred years later the story St. Vincent’s sermon at Chattilon is still being told. But it is a story with even wider implications. The story of that sermon at Chatillon is the foundation story for what we call today systemic change.
Just about any ministry requires financing to some degree. What can St. Vincent and St. Paul teach us?
Vincent looked for and discovered new ways of serving because he was an active contemplative. He stepped back from daily details to look at them through God’s eyes. He became one of the most creative forces of his time.