A Samaritan Called Vincent de Paul
Juan Julián Díaz Catalán, CM
To speak about a “samaritan attitude” is to speak about an option and yes, here we speak about one of the most enriching options of our life as sons and daughters of Saint Vincent de Paul. Furthermore, this attitude is one of the dispositions that best prepares us to live to the fullest our vocation as evangelizers of the poor and our vocation to make the gospel effective. Thus the Samaritan attitude consists of four movements: approach and see, moved with compassion, make our assistance effective as we provide for the wounded individual, and continue our journey. This is a good way to live out the Gospel.
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