Tidings of Spirituality

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The following was taken from the Fall 2011 Servicette Marge Fiala, Diocese of San Jose A man of humble beginnings, St. Vincent became a spiritual master and extraordinary teacher of the faith. As St. Vincent de Paul served the vulnerable of his time, he encouraged long periods of prayer and meditation before social action in order […]

The Mind and Heart of God

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The following is taken from the Summer 2011 Servicette Bishop David A. Zubik, Episcopal Chairman There are a host of legal definitions of justice – the balancing of the scales; the unbiased judgment of conflicting claims; a search for truth only dimly seen; the compensation due the victimized; even the penalty for crime. We can give […]

Fr. Gregory Gay’s Keynote Address – 150th Anniversary LCUSA

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“In this talk, I propose to work through three themes: first, the relevance of the Ladies of Charity as St. Vincent’s first foundation; second, the relevance of the Ladies of Charity as a foundation in the United States and the move toward international status; and third, some suggestions about the relevance of the Ladies of […]