We must ask ourselves what Vincent would do today. We must have the same heart as St. Vincent had, a heart passionate for God and wounded in love for every human being. We begin with what is happening in Châtillon today.
An interview with Father Tomaž Mavrič, Superior General of the Congregation of the Mission and the Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul, on the occasion of the first World Day of the Poor.
Today, just as four hundred years ago, the infinitely inventive commitment that we ought to embrace is one that is expressed in specific concrete action and that reveals the reality of the Kingdom of God as the sole focus in our life and our ministry.
The Spanish language site of CMGLOBAL has posted beautiful videos of the beatification of the 60 martyrs of the Vincentian Family
We began our tempo forte on Sunday, 1 October, with the presence of Cardinal Pietro Parolin, Secretary of State. We dialogued with him about the Church in China and Iran as well as the Church’s concern for the evangelization of Europe.
Father Jorge Luis Rodriguez, CM, Director Communications for the Congregation of the Mission, describes his the experience of Beatification of the Sixty Martyrs of the Vincentian Family.
Our Superior celebrate Vespers and reflects on the beatification of 60 Vincentian Family Martyrs In the Basilica of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.
The 60 new martyrs are composed of 40 members of the Congregation of the Mission (24 priests and 16 brothers), 2 Daughters of Charity, 13 lay members of Vincentian Associations and 5 priests from the Diocese of Murcia who served as spiritual advisors to those groups.
The October 2017 NUNTIA is available online.
Are you up to the radical challenge of Pope Francis to celebrate the World Day of the Poor? Love not with words but deeds!If you are you can be part of a systemic change that can change the world! Pope Francis borrows words from the First Epistle of John as the title of his […]