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Articles for Year of Consecrated Life

Honoring our Prophets

Father Pat Griffin concludes his series, Considering Consecrated Life, with a final post  dedicated to Honoring our Prophets. This week, we come to the end of the Year of Consecrated Life, but its blessings continue.  Along that line, the scripture readings from this...

A Consecrated Life – Father Patrick Griffin

Each member of the Vincentian Family—as all Christians–bears a consecration to God…

60 Seconds with Sister – International

Several of our Sisters speak multiple languages. Hear a bit about what this brings to the Daughters of Charity international culture. https://youtu.be/ZYyaaUaBBv4 Catch more 60 Seconds with Sister videos from Daughters of Charity throughout the Year of Consecrated...

Personal judgment

In his weekly series "Considering Consecrated Life" Father Pat Griffin reflects on Personal Judgment. At the daily Eucharist during this past week, the First Book of Samuel provided the first reading.  We heard the interesting story of the origin and commissioning of...
Thanks for Listening

Thanks for Listening

“Thanks for Listening” writes Pat Griffin in his series on Considering Consecrated Life Brandon Stanton is a young, New York Times’ bestselling author with three books in print. He draws over 15 million followers on Facebook. His ambition, he says, is to take...

Father Pat Griffin on costumes

Father Pat Griffin on costumes

Father Pat Griffin continues his series Considering Consecrated Life with a reflection on costumes. “Costumes” In many areas, Halloween for children involves costume parties on that morning/afternoon more than wandering the streets “trick-or-treating.”  In some...

Father Pat Griffin reflects on Kindness

Father Pat Griffin reflects on Kindness

Continung his series on Considering Consecrated Life Father Pat Griffin reflects on Kindness The promulgation date for Nostra Aetate was October 28, 1965.  Like the other texts of Vatican II, it looks to its 50th anniversary in this year.  This document, of course,...

60 Seconds with Sr. Maria Liebeck, DC

60 Seconds with Sr. Maria Liebeck, DC

Sister Maria Liebeck, D.C., shares how her ministry in art serves the poor. She believes "Everybody should have something beautiful in their lives." So she creates greeting cards especially for those in poverty. https://youtu.be/tUndPpVXa4c Catch more 60 Seconds with...

A Heart’s Desire Griffin

A Heart’s Desire Griffin

Fr. Pat Griffin continues his series "Considering Consecrated Life" with a reflection on “A Heart’s Desire” The film “Amadeus” offers a compelling and colorful telling of the life of Mozart.  At its end, Salieri, who had been jealous of Mozart, characterizes himself...

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