Seeing and Discerning the Challenges: From St. Vincent’s Eyes… To Ours

Francisco Javier Fernández ChentoMissions, Vincentian Spirituality0 Comments

Author: Emeric Amyot d'Inville, C.M. · Translator: Stanislaus Brindley C.M.. · Year of first publication: 1997 · Source: Vincentiana: Vol. 41: No. 4, Article 3..

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Estimated Reading Time: 27 minutes

Our Vincentian Month on Parish Missions1”Popular Missions” is not a phrase which is used in Great Britain and Ireland; so, in order to translate ” Mission Populaire”, I have written “Parish Mission”, which is a … Read More

Ministry amongst the SugarCane

Francisco Javier Fernández ChentoCongregation of the Mission, Missions0 Comments

Author: T. Williams, C.M. · Year of first publication: 2010 · Source: Congregation of the Mission in Australia.
Estimated Reading Time: 6 minutes

When St Vincent de Paul founded the Congregation of the Mission in 1625, he soon found that being restricted to a particular diocese tended to hinder the work of the Missioners. Accordingly, he managed to … Read More

Vincentian Contributions to the New Evangelization

Francisco Javier Fernández ChentoMissions, Vincentian Formation0 Comments

Author: Celestino Fermández, C. M. · Translator: Charles Plock, CM. · Year of first publication: 2014 · Source: Formation Sessions for the leaders of the Vincentian Family.
Estimated Reading Time: 19 minutes

Introduction For some time in the Congregation of the Mission and in many circles of the Vincentian Family we have listened to people speak about the Vincentian manner of “being” and “doing”. On the one … Read More

The Way of St. Vincent Is Our Way. 43. Preaching the Missions

Francisco Javier Fernández ChentoCharism, Missions0 Comments

Author: Miguel Pérez Flores, C.M. & Antonino Orcajo, C.M. · Translator: Charles T. Plock, C.M.. · Year of first publication: 1986.
Estimated Reading Time: 3 minutes

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When they found Jesus they said: ‘Everybody is looking for you.’ He answered, ‘Let us go elsewhere, to the neighboring country towns, so that I can preach there too, because that is why I came.’ … Read More