Vincentian Praxis

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Author: Pat Collins CM · Year of first publication: 2008 · Source: Colloque, Journal of the Irish Province of the Congregation of the Mission.
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Last year, I was asked to write a brief description of Vincentian spirituality. Having given the subject some thought, I suggested that it involved three main components, compassion, friendship and prayer. I’m quite sure that … Read More

Some lesser-known human qualities of the Saints of the Vincentian Family

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Author: Robert P. Maloney, C.M. · Year of first publication: 2004 (?) · Source: International site of the Daughters of Charity.
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It is easy to forget how human the saints are. Their biographies, their canonization processes, and even their fans tend to focus on their spiritual gifts. The danger is we make the saints too ethereal, … Read More

Saint Vincent as Spiritual Adviser

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Author: Thomas Davitt · Year of first publication: 1984 · Source: Colloque, Journal of the Irish Province of the Congregation of the Mission, no. 9.

Paper read to meeting of Spiritual Directors in Celbridge, 2 September 1982.


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It is unfortunate that no one who had Vincent as his spiritual adviser has left a journal or detailed notes of the advice which he received. Our knowledge of the sort of advice Vincent gave … Read More

Come and see: how good it is being together as Vincentian Family!

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Author: Unknown · Year of first publication: 2013 · Source: famvin2013.com.

Preparatory Catechesis for the International Meeting of the Vincentian Family Belo Horizonte, July, 2013


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I – Let us analyze our reality Blessed be the Church that believes in the youth! With this conviction we begin our preparation for the International Meeting of the Vincentian Youth. We don’t want to … Read More