What would it be like to rub shoulders with Jesus today?
Mindwalk: Latest posts and thoughts…
Often the same action can be perceived differently according to whether it is connected to a rich person or a poor person.
We are faced with a choice – once again unleashing Hiroshima or rejoicing and living in God’s kingdom. Which will I commit myself to?
“To set people’s hearts on fire” This is how St. Vincent described our vocation. Paul wrote to Timothy… and to these seven men… “I remind you to fan into flame the gift of God, which is in you.”
John Paul II, St. Vincent and Black Lives Matter
“And it is there, in the faces of poor and struggling people, that I have found the most direct road to God.”
Recognizing yourself in 10 statements expressing “attitudes” found in the Bible and another 10 on “actions” flowing from the attitudes in the Bible.
In listening to the hopes of others, walking at their pace, mentors are simply “paying forward” the blessing they had received.
Something wonderful is happening in our midst… people from all walks of life and unique talents are bonding to use their special talents in the service of the poor.
At the same time as she instructed Catherine about the Miraculous Medal, Mary also asked Catherine to form youth groups. Listen to the hopes of these Vincentian Marian Youth today.
We are just beginning to see a new vitality of the Vincentian Charism… but in ways we did not expect!
Musicians, lawyers, graphic artists, psychologists, translators, alumni of Vincentian institutions are discovering professionals like themselves. They desire to serve those in need with their specific skills.
“Who moved my Cheese” is a parable that describes how people face change. It’s about 4 characters running around in a maze trying to locate their “cheese” or what is important to them.