Seeds of Change Series (from Vincent Wikipedia)

Seeds of Change Chapter 1: Introduction – Robert P. Maloney, CM

Seeds of Change Chapter 2: From Handout to Hand Up – Joseph P. Foley, CM

Seeds of Change Chapter 3: Servant’s Attitude – Gene Smith, past president of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul in the United States

Seeds of Change Chapter 4: Finding a Community Voice – Patricia Nava, past president of the AIC

Seeds of Change Chapter 5: a Holistic Vision – Norberto L. Carcellar, CM

Seeds of Change Chapter 6: Start Modestly – Ellen Flynn, DC

Seeds of Change Chapter 7: Systematize, Institutionalize, Evaluate – Robert P. Maloney, CM

Seeds of Change Chapter 8: Project Sustainability – Joseph P. Foley, CM

Seeds of Change Chapter 9: Be Transparent – Gene Smith

Seeds of Change Chapter 10: Focus on the Poor as the Persons Who Are Most Capable of Changing Their Own Situation – Patricia Nava

Seeds of Change Chapter 11: Involve the Poor at All Stages – Norberto L. Carcellar, CM

Seeds of Change Chapter 12: Educate, Train, and Offer Spiritual Formation to All Participants in the Project – Ellen Flynn, DC

Seeds of Change Chapter 13: Promote Horizontal Learning Processes – Robert P. Maloney, CM

Seeds of Change Chapter 14: Make Models That Work for the Community – Joseph P. Foley, CM

Seeds of Change Chapter 15: Promote Engagement – Gene Smith

Seeds of Change Chapter 16: Support and Respect Mechanisms for Promoting Solidarity – Patricia Nava

Seeds of Change Chapter 17: Promote Social Co-Responsibility and Networking – Norberto L. Carcellar, CM

Seeds of Change Chapter 18: Construct a Shared Vision With Diverse Stakeholders – Ellen Flynn, DC

Seeds of Change Chapter 19: Struggle to Transform Unjust Situations – Robert P. Maloney, CM

Seeds of Change Chapter 20: Have a Prophetic Attitude – Joseph P. Foley, CM

SYSTEMIC CHANGE AND THE POOR

Download a pdf of address by Fr. Robert Maloney to the General Assembly of the Congregation of the Mission July 2, 2010.

Seeds of Hope Summary in PDF format

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