A video shows how St. Vincent was a forerunner of our modern concept of the “Church of the Poor”. See the video
Sister Marie-Anne Vaillot to Sister Odile Baumgarten as they were awaiting execution: “We will have the happiness of seeing God and possessing Him for all eternity… and we will be possessed by Him without fear of being ever separated from Him.” See Slide Presentation
St. Vincent has much to teach us about collaborating– the art of communicating with simplicity, and the joy of cooperating with others while remaining humble. See the presentation
Sr. Regina Bechtle, S.C. reflects on Mary in the Wedding at Cana, Mary as part of the community of disciples after the Resurrection, and Mary through the eyes of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton. See the presentation
As his biographer Abelly notes, St. Vincent sought to see Jesus in the other person, no matter what station or rank in life the person held. Abelly comments: “[a] maxim of this faithful servant of God was always to see our Savior Jesus Christ in others, to inspire our charity toward them.” See the presentation
In this presentation: Vincentian themes of Advent… Jesus who identified Himself with the powerless, was born into the world.
On a November day in 1830 Catherine heard the sound of Mary’s voice from contemplative silence: “My child, the good God wishes to entrust you with a mission.” See the presentation
In November we celebrate the Miraculous Medal and St. Catherine Labouré. This YouTube video about St. Catherine was published by FamvinEurope.
Following an experience of service to the poor, we can reflect together on that experience and its implications. This week’s featured resource is a slide presentation to help with that: 5 Reflections On Our Ministry As Vincentians.