In spite of the space of two centuries between them, there are, in the biographies of Vincent de Paul and Frederick Ozanam, some interesting similarities, which, perhaps, suggested the title of this essay.
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A church characterized by the five virtues of Vincent de Paul might appeal to millennials and “nones” (those professing no religion).
Today we observe the memorial of Translation of Relics of St. Vincent de Paul. “Translation” refers to the solemn transfer (or “translation”) of the relics of Saint Vincent to their new home in the chapel of the mother house in Paris
The heart of Monsieur Vincent beats in the middle of winter, as in 1617.
Vincent’s experience enables us to consider how we might live as humble men and women in the present era.
St. VIncent reminds us that those who are poor are our gifts from God not just in the stable but in our lives today.
Let us give thanks for those who have shown us the way by their footsteps.
Words of Vincent applied to systemic change
May our Lord be pleased ever more glorified in and through you to enlighten you in your doubts, and to strengthen you in your heavy labors”
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