Vocation is Making God’s Dream Come True
At the time when the cold winds of war and oppression are blowing and when we frequently encounter signs of polarization, we as a Church have undertaken a synodal process: we sense the urgent need to journey together, cultivating the spirit of listening, participation and sharing. Together with all men and women of good will, I would like to reflect with you on the broader meaning of “vocation” within the context of a synodal Church, a Church that listens to God and to the world to help build the human family, heal its wounds and guide it to a better future.
Saint Vincent de Paul is very much alive today, everywhere!
Saint Vincent was an uncompromising, resolute man who dared to shake up the first Ladies of Charity as well as the Daughters of Charity and
God among us
One of the central mysteries of Saint Vincent de Paul’s spirituality is the Incarnation. The whole period of Advent, as
Contemplating the Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary
…under the protection of Mary… The Founders inculcated in the Daughters of Charity the love and imitation of the Virgin
He will be our Peace!
In a letter to Pope Innocent X St. Vincent de Paul described the effects of war: …the people are split