” The heart of practicing the Christian virtue of charity lies in its intimate and necessary relationship to both justice and organization. A relationship exemplified in the example of St. Vincent de Paul and the communities he inspired. In Vincent, we find a concrete historical model for how we can develop solidarity in our parishes, diocese, and national and global communities. Charity and daily concern for the poor is the heart of the Vincentian charism.” Meghan Clark develops this theme beautifully in “Vincent’s Recipe for Solidarity.Justice and Organizatione“
This article originally appeared in Catechetical Leader (22:5). Reprinted with permission of Catechetical Leader. For more information, please visit nccl.org.
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