Some parts based on Esselman, Thomas C.M. (1998) “”Who Do You Say That I Am?” Christological Perspectives on Leadership in the Vincentian Tradition, “Vincentian Heritage Journal: Vol. 19 : Iss. 1 , Article 1.Full Screen Download PPT Download PDF
The Incarnation is not an event of the past … Christ wants to be active among us. He still pursues His work of salvation, of healing. He comes to us in the Eucharist, in order to build up, in order to edify, in order to bring to completion our salvation.”
– from Vincentian Spirituality: A Correspondence Course with Sr. Elisabeth Charpy, D.C., Chapter 5: The Eucharist
Now replace the words “in the Eucharist” with “in the person of the poor.”
Let us ponder “…the thought processes of Vincent de Paul. St. Vincent not only adores in the Host the Lord who died and has risen, but also the Savior who has been sent and is present today in the world and in human beings.” – Sr. Elisabeth Charpy, D.C.