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.
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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?
Let us commit ourselves to clothe ourselves in an attitude that will help us to turn the medal over.
Picasso’s painting, Science and Charity, presents us with an opportunity to contemplate our Vincentian being and manner of acting.
Rolando Gutiérrez, CM, Vice-Province of Costa Rica, offers his June reflections “Clothing Oneself in the Spirit of Jesus Christ”
Rolando Gutiérrez, CM, of the Vice-Province of Costa Rica, offers his Vincentian Reflection: May 2017 To Unite our Will to the will of God: The purpose of the Vincentian Vocation  A time to understand Many Vincentian scholars have utilized the phrase of the famous Jesuit essayist and poet, Henri Bremond (1865-1933), who stated that “it was […]
Vincent spoke about service and dedication to the poor as a lifestyle that brings happiness to those who are engaged in such a mission.