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A Personal Experience of the Pilgrimage of the Heart

  A personal experience of a pilgrimage of the heart.   I spent most of this past weekend in Rome. I was not there physically. But I was there via the digital channels covering the historic Symposium of the Vincentian Family.   Among the more moving...

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Father Gregory Gay – Give the Poor Your Love

Your theme for this national assembly in honor of the 400th anniversary of your birth speaks eloquently of the courageous “yes” to all the Lord asked of you in order to usher in with haste the kingdom of God.

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The worldview of a Vincentian

Father Robert Maloney of the Eastern Province and former Superior General offers thoughts on worldview, of Vincentians based on the life and teaching of St. Vincent de Paul.

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Wisdom that Is Hard to Resist and Believe

Wisdom that Is Hard to Resist and Believe

Jesus has the wisdom in speaking that his adversaries will be powerless to resist or refuse. The Pharisees love it when people recognize their wisdom and call them teachers.  And they are wise, undoubtedly, as the tricky question they address to Jesus through theirs messengers shows. The compromising question puts Jesus between a rock and […]

Homeless DePaul University Students now have a Place to Call Home

Homeless DePaul University Students now have a Place to Call Home

After much planning and hard work, there will be a Grand Opening and Fundraiser for Depaul USA’s First Dax House: a house for homeless university students. On October 19, 2017, from 5:30pm – 8:30pm, stakeholders and the DePaul USA’s extended community will gather in the Chicago Pilsen neighborhood, at 717 West 18th Street, to witness […]

What Rich Man will be Saved? • A Weekly Reflection with Ozanam

What Rich Man will be Saved? • A Weekly Reflection with Ozanam

We need not dwell on those amongst them who are better off [at Lyonnais Street]; those who, for six persons, can supply two beds, into which are huddled pellmell the sick and the healthy, boys of eighteen with girls of sixteen. Let’s not talk about the ruin of the clothes, reaching the point where in […]