Psst!… Want the map to a treasure trove of readily accessible insights about what makes Vincentians tick.
“…we need to know the poor by name. The marginalized among us cannot simply be the featureless other.”
Mary was faithful in the midst of the ordinariness and confusion of her life. That both comforts… and challenges me in the ordinariness and confusion of my life.
In line with Jesus’ and Vincent’s approach, [pointing out where grace has made its imprint] counteracts a tendency to distance the Holy Spirit from life as we know it.
In his Lenten letter, the Superior General reflects on practices that made Saint Vincent into a Mystic of Charity: spiritual direction, the sacrament of Reconciliation, and faith sharing.
Insights into what has not been highlighted in the media accounts of the Abuse Synod.