Fr. Tomaž Mavrič, C.M., speaks to young men and women throughout the world. Won’t you share this message with others?
To let the Spirit of Jesus move freely, to collaborate with Him, means we must allow ourselves to be surprised to the point that new branches – or groups of the present branches – may be founded in the future in different parts of the world.
Vincentians should share God’s love with action and service – “and that we can’t just sit around and wait for other people to perform our vocation.”
The day concluded with Father Mavrič asking who is willing to dirty their hands on behalf of the poor.
Join a virtual pilgrimage to the Vincentian Symposium in Rome.
11 October is dedicated to arrivals: the Collegio Apostolico Leoniano (Via Pompeo Magno, 21) will open its doors and the participants in this great event can go there to confirm their registration.
You will be able to follow the live broadcasting from the Vincentian Symposium in Rome next week. FamVin has just released the schedule and related information.
As we engage in this ninth reflection of the Jubilee Year, let us turn our focus to our own life: what has been our experience of God’s providence?
As we enter the second half of the jubilee year, I fervently renew this invitation to each confrere individually, this time concretely directed to the consecrated life, to put every effort possible into helping youth answer Jesus’s call.
Let us commit ourselves to clothe ourselves in an attitude that will help us to turn the medal over.