Vincent de Paul in Châtillon: the birth of a new spiritual vision

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Author: Jaime Corera, CM · Translator: Charles T. Plock, CM. · Year of first publication: 2008 · Source: San Vicente de Paúl, Ayer y Hoy, XXXIII Semana de Estudios Vicencianos, Editorial CEME, Santa Marta de Tormes, Salamanca, 2008..
Estimated Reading Time: 43 minutes

Pastor at Châtillon On August 1, 1617 Vincent de Paul, a priest from Paris who at that time was thirty-seven years old, took possession of the parish of Saint-Martin in the village of Buénans. From … Read More

To see and to discern the present day challenges from the perspective of Saint Vincent

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Author: Emeric Amyot d’Inville, CM · Translator: Charles T. Plock CM. .
Estimated Reading Time: 29 minutes

As we said at the beginning, our Vincentian month, which will examine the popular mission, will use the methodology SEE-JUDGE-ACT. This will then lead us to some conclusions and the redaction of a document which … Read More

Being a Vincentian, Being a Formator

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Author: Robert P. Maloney, CM .
Estimated Reading Time: 16 minutes

Our Constitutions define the purpose of the Congregation of the Mission not as a particular concrete work, such as giving popular missions, or staffing seminaries, or laboring in missions ad gentes, but as a way, … Read More

Vincent de Paul and “creative love”

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Author: Anonymous · Translator: Charles T. Plock, CM. · Year of first publication: 1997 · Source: Volume II of "En tiempos de San Vicente de Paúl … y hoy", Editorial CEME, Santa Marta de Tormes (Salamanca) Spain, 1997, p. 103-113. The above cited work was translated from the French by Martín Abaitua, CM (Au tempts de St. Vincent-de-Paul… et aujourd ‘hui), Animation Vicentienne, 16, Grande rue Saínt-Michel, Toulouse, France.
Estimated Reading Time: 14 minutes

Presentation of the theme At the beginning of the seventeenth century. society was healing from the wounds that been inflicted on it as a result of the upheavals of the previous century. A prudent king … Read More

Vincentian Parishes and the New Evangelization

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Author: Pablo Domínguez, C.M. · Translator: Charles T. Plock, C.M.. · Year of first publication: 2013 · Source: Vincentiana 57th Year - No. 1 - January-March 2013, p. 99-123..
Estimated Reading Time: 35 minutes

Introduction Allow me to begin this presentation by remembering Father Brian Moore. I offer a prayer of thanksgiving for him and a prayer of hope for all of us. Father Moore had confidence in me … Read More

The Vincentian Charism and the New Evangelization: Some significant Vincentian elements for the present day process of evangelization

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Author: Celestino Fernández, C. M. · Translator: Charles T. Plock, CM. · Year of first publication: 2016 · Source: General Assembly of the Congregation of the Mission. Chicago (USA), June 29, 2016.
Estimated Reading Time: 18 minutes

Starting Point: Confrontation between being and doing Frequently in our meetings, gatherings and assemblies, we ask many questions with regard to Vincentian being and doing. We have two perceptions: on the one hand, we agree … Read More

The Catholic Trivia Quiz

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Author: Westminster Youth Ministry · Year of first publication: 2016.
Estimated Reading Time: 0 minutes

Do you know this Catholic trivia? Are you a Catholic mastermind or simply in need of a novena to St. Jude?

Are You Smarter than a Catholic 5th Grader? [Quiz]

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Author: Archdiocese of St Louis · Year of first publication: 2015.
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The Archdiocese of St. Louis has asked 5th grade teachers from Our Lady of Lourdes (University City) and Holy Cross Academy to test our knowledge of faith and religion. Are you a Class Pet, or a Sunday School dropout?