St. Vincent’s gift can be fire for the 21st century if we will seize it. Vincent’s gift is to a large extent in our hands! Do we have his courage and imagination.
Mindwalk: Latest posts and thoughts…
Vincentians are not much interested in gathering data. They view home visits as relationship-building exercises.
Are we prepared to listen to the call to mission, whether in our life as married couples or as consecrated persons or those called to the ordained ministry, and in all the everyday events of life?
My parents shared a dream for their children. They taught their children a dream. We are God’s dream as sons and daughters, brothers and sisters. Jesus embodied that dream and taught us to live that dream.
Pope Francis call us to explore together how our Catholic social tradition can help the human family heal this world that suffers from serious illnesses.
Pope Francis and St. Vincent spoke truth to power. What guidelines might be helpful consider in speaking truth to power?
Today I invite you to evaluate ten suggestions for sharing the joy of the gospel.
As I was thinking of the aptness of the feast of St. Vincent coinciding with the World Day of Migrants and Refugees, 2020 , I was struck by Pope Francis’ use of verbs to express his concern for migrants and refugees.
“God is with us. This is the message of hope that we want to shout from the rooftops, .. and post on our social media accounts.
A description of a change agent – “one who can make changes happen by inspiring and influencing others.” How does that fit you, St. Vincent de Paul and the Vincentian Family.
Have you ever asked what is this new thing? Have we any role in making “all things new”?
In this Vincentian Mindwalk, I would like to look at a specific experience of life that I will never have… the experience of having a different skin color than that with which I was born.
“we can overcome global challenges only by showing solidarity with one another and embracing the most vulnerable in our midst.” Pope Francis