Let’s go to our Follevilles around the world and again revive our own fire, revive the charism within our own, within ourselves and then encourage others to follow in Vincent’s steps, which is the step of Jesus in the gospel.
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Folleville is waiting for us. It is waiting for us in so many parts of the world, in cities, villages: small, medium-size, big. In all the continents, there are Follevilles: the experience of spiritual poverty that Vincent experienced in Folleville so much, now in today’s world, as well, in all the continents.
Go to Folleville For us, as Vincentians, 1617 is not simply one more year. Rather that year marks the beginning of our charism and our mission. Father Luigi Mezzadri, in his book, Folleville and Chatillon, a return to the sources, refers to the year of 1617 in the life of Vincent de Paul and states: […]
Father Tomaž Mavrič explains the revised official Vincentian calendar. Rome, 8 March 2017 To all the members of the Congregation of the Mission To all the Daughters of Charity To all members of the Vincentian Family Dear Confreres, Sisters, and members of the Vincentian Family, May the grace and peace of Jesus be always with […]
Go to the Peripheries, sixth video of Father Tomaž Mavrič Ten years ago, the bishops of Latin America met at the V General Conference of the Episcopate in the city of Aparecida, Brazil. Among the bishops was the then Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio, who led the commission that drafted a document which, in recent years, has […]
In today’s presentation of the 5th Video of Father Tomaž Mavrič, Superior General, we recall that, in the letter addressed to the entire Vincentian Family for the opening of the celebration of 400 years of the birth of our charism, he invites us to be attentive to the cry of the poor, especially to strangers, […]
Fr. Tomaž Mavrič CM, Superior General, writes of the significance, hopes, and plans for the Jubilee Year of the 400th Anniversary of the Vincentian Charism.
Reflection on St. Vincent’s sandals and charity
Fr. Tomaž Mavrič reflects about another relic: the cape of St. Vincent de Paul, his companion of many years and for many roads that he travelled doing good.
Holding Vincent’s hat in his hands, Father Mavric, Superior General, reflects and reminds us that the Vincentian charism touches each one of us in an intimate manner.