About the Series
St. Vincent de Paul encouraged five particular traits in his comrades: simplicity, meekness, mortification, humility and zeal. Come discover the stories of these virtues and how they are alive in the daily experiences of those around us. Throughout the 40 days of Lent, a new story will be posted daily. See how the everyday practices of being honest, approachable, self-disciplined, realistic and hardworking, in the spirit of St. Vincent, can transform your own life and the lives of others.
Sundays in Ordinary Time – Have I been aware of these Sundays as accompanying Jesus in his ordinary ministry?
I suspect you will feel moved, proud, and challenged by the words of Pope Saint John Paul II.
Rereading the Declaration of Independence can be a way of celebrating July 4. It is an amazing document.
We haven’t been awake to how digital technology is changing the landscape of our lives.
“the Internet changes not just in how people communicate but in how they understand their lives.” 2002 “The Church and the Internet” Pontifical Council for Social Communications
I suspect we have all known relationships that should not have worked out but did. We have also known of relationships that looked so promising at the start but eventually fell apart.
What is this “Vincentian Thing”? Is it an organization, a mindset, a federation of religious organizations? A movement?
We live in God’s house. What if God required a security deposit?
Do you think it is possible to capture the essence of laudato SI in one cartoon or just five words?