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.
Eleven Ladies of Charity in North Hollywood, CA (Archdiocese of Los Angeles) at St. Charles Borromeo Parish worked very hard and diligently to prepare 100 Easter Baskets for Guardian Angel School in Pacoima. Baskets were filled with many fun things for small children, pink for girls and blue for boys.
The Ladies of Charity of Schenectady, N.Y., met on Saturday to make crosses and flowers from palms. On Palm Sunday they will go to parishes and distribute the crosses before and after Masses. The Ladies ask for donations, which are then used for food pantries. This was the third year for this successful project which […]
This week’s reflection was provided to us by Lorine Bourland, Vincentian Spiritual Moderator in Nashville, TN. Click here to download this as a Word doc.
In this week’s reflection (this Sunday is also the Feast of St. Louise de Marillac), we call to mind that Christ is the One we are serving in those who are poor. Thank you to Sr. Rachela Silvestri, D.C. for providing us with this reflection. Click here to download as a Word doc.
Sr. Margaret John Kelly, DC, Spiritual Moderator of the Ladies of Charity at St. John’s University, offers this week’s reflection. Click to download as a Word doc.
Sr. Claire Debes, D.C., offers this week’s Lenten reflection. Download Word doc