In this video, Fr. Robert Maloney, C.M. describes two key aspects of Easter in the Vincentian tradition.
This presentation focuses on interior mortification— the kind of modesty that shows itself in our actions and in how we conduct ourselves.
See this presentation about Blessed Rosalie Rendu, Blessed Frederic Ozanam, and the power of Vincentian collaboration. The text is based on excerpts from “Unfolding the Legacy: Key Figures in the Tradition” by Betty Ann McNeil, DC.
In January 1617 Vincent […] was asked to go to Gannes, a village that was part of the de Gondi estate, in order to hear the confession of a dying man… The sick man confessed and then in the presence of all those who accompanied Vincent (Madame de Gondi was part of this group) publicly stated that if it had not been for that confession he would have been condemned since for many years he had been embarrassed to confess his sins honestly. … the following week Vincent would go to Folleville and preach on the need to make a general confession… Later, Vincent would say that that sermon was the first sermon of the mission and he considered the date, January 25, 1617, as the day on which the Congregation was born.”
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New SlideShare presentation on the life, vocation, and martyrdom of Sister Lindalva Justo de Oliveira, Daughter of Charity from Brazil who died in 1993 and was beatified by the Church in 2007. Click to view the presentation.
This prayer was created by Sisters Susan Jenny and Barbara Einloth, SC-Seton Hill.
Fr. Corpus Delgado, C.M., writes: “…the presence of Mary is abundant, clear and solid in the experience of St. Louise. In the Vincentian Family, we cannot neglect drawing from this wellspring.” and “Within the mystery of the Immaculate Conception, St. Vincent saw the humble and chaste Virgin, emptied of herself so as to welcome God and allow herself to be filled with God.” Read more and view a video