Test your knowledge of Vincentian places… in this edition of Vincentian Jeopardy!
Regina Bechtle, SC, notes that St. Elizabeth Ann Seton is “a woman of faith for a time of doubt and uncertainty, a woman of love for a time of coldness and division, a woman of hope for a time of crisis and discouragement” (Terence Cardinal Cooke)… See the presentation
See the Stations of the Cross for Vincentians with special prayers written by Lynn L’Heureux of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Canada.
Learn about the Vincentian virtue of mortification. See the presentation
Sts. Vincent and Louise can walk with us during Lent, through their writings, the example of their lives, and their intercessory prayers. See a presentation
“Prayer is not only a companion activity to ministry, it is indeed its very soul.” – Ignatius M. Melito, C.M. See the presentation
Father Maloney prays that our Lenten journey together will bring us a fuller share in the Lord’s risen life. See the presentation
“The season of Lent is a time when God, in his mercy, forgives us his children for having strayed from our own identity as Vincentians.” – G. Gregory Gay, CM – See the presentation
Fr. Robert Maloney, CM urges us to reconstruct our deepest selves as both a dwelling place for God and a refuge for the poor. See the presentation