This week’s reflection is by Sr. Paule Freeburg, LCUSA Spirituality Committee Member.
This week’s Lenten reflection was submitted by Sister Claire Debes, D.C.
This week’s Lenten Reflection was written by Sister Jane Burger, D.C., Vincentian Spiritual Advisor for the Ladies of Charity. This week’s Sunday readings focus on God’s overwhelming compassion and mercy for each of us.
Vincentian Spiritual Moderator Lorine Bourland offers this week’s Lenten reflection on the Sunday readings for February 28.
Sr. Elyse Staab, DC challenges us to listen and respond to God in those who are poor or forgotten, in this latest reflection of our weekly Lenten series.
Sr. Fran Ryan, D.C., Vincentian Spiritual Moderator for the Ladies of Charity, has prepared this reflection on the Sunday readings of the first week of Lent.
Sr. Fran Ryan, DC, our Vincentian Spiritual Moderator, starts our Lenten Reflections with this two-minute video (as seen on Famvin).
Easter Reflection by LCUSA President Mary Ann Dantuono Acts of the Apostles 10:34a, 37-43; Colossians 3:1-4; John 20:1-9 I am an Easter person. I love the spring season with buds bursting on trees and bulbs breaking through the soil. But more importantly, I like the idea that things do not have stay the same. The […]
This week’s reflection, written by Sr. Carol Schumer, D.C., inspires us: rather than becoming caught up in “mob psychology”, we must learn to live in authenticity and love, as modeled by Our Lord Jesus and also by St. Vincent de Paul. Click here to download this reflection as a PDF file.