The Congregation of the Mission, often known as Vincentian Fathers and Brothers or Lazarists, is a community of Roman Catholic priests and brothers founded by St. Vincent de Paul in 1625 for the evangelization of the poor and the formation of the clergy. Vincentian priests and brothers total over 4000 worldwide and serve in 86 countries.
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Day 19, July 15: Forward in Hope

The assembly began this last day by remembering in our prayers all those who died or were wounded in the terrorist attack yesterday in Nice…. Fr. Tomaz ended with some powerful words: “Let’s keep dreaming, but let’s dream together. If one person dreams alone, the dream remains a dream. But if we dream together, the […]

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Prayer of faith that is shamelessly bold

Prayer of faith that is shamelessly bold

Jesus is “a man of the greatest prayer” (SV.EN IX:326).  Because of him only, we try hard to be men and women of prayer. “Christ is constantly before the Father in prayer.”  His good example prompts one of the disciples to ask, “Lord, teach us to pray just as John taught his disciples.”  Right away, […]

Immigration Reform: Personal Perspectives – Part 1

Immigration Reform: Personal Perspectives – Part 1

Immigration reform in the United States is the topic of many conversations, especially so with the upcoming presidential elections this fall. Two articles recently published by the Global Sisters Report touch on this topic, one, an interview with Sr. Mary McCauley who is an advocate for comprehensive immigration reform, and the other, a blog post […]

A Mischievous Pope

A Mischievous Pope

Last Wednesday, July 13, Pope Francis did one of those amazing acts that we are getting used to. The media said that, after attending a routine visit to the dentist, he asked the driver of his Ford Focus, instead of returning directly to his offices, to deviate a little and to go to the Pontifical Commission for […]

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