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Reflections on the Camino

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by Christine Eberle Many thanks to everyone who held us in prayer during the Ignatian Camino!  It was a profound experience, one that we are going to continue to unpack long after our suitcases are put away. We look forward to sharing stories as we see you. Meanwhile, here’s my blog post from one week […]

Statement of Most Reverend Nelson J. Pérez Regarding the Death of George Floyd

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The hearts of Americans across the country are joined together in collective mourning following the tragic, disturbing, and unnecessary death of George Floyd. In the name of the people of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, I express my prayerful condolences and join with all who are struggling to cope with this heavy burden of sorrow and […]

Shelter Me (Lyrics)

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This past Sunday, Christine Eberle sang a song that was composed by Michael Joncas during this pandemic. Here are the lyrics: Shelter Me Prayer for the COVID-19 Pandemic Shepherd and sheep, my God and I:to fresh green fields you led my steps in days gone by.You gave me rest by quiet springsand filled my soul […]

Laudato Si’ at 5

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Laudato Si’ at 5: 5th anniversary of Pope Francis’ encyclical letter, Laudato Si’: On Care for Our Common Home. The anniversary will be marked between Laudato Si’ week (May 16-May 24) and June 18th (the date of the encyclical’s publication). In Laudato Si’, Pope Francis calls on the world to “dialogue about how we are […]

The Seven Last Words of Christ – 2020 Meditations

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Hello, Saint Vincent’s Family! It has been a long standing tradition at our Parish, and the Catholic Church, to reflect and engage in the Seven Last Words of Christ. These phrases were spoken directly from the mouth of Our Lord as He hung from that rugged cross and, later, died for the sake of our […]

A Message from St. Vincent’s Parish regarding COVID-19

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My Dear Church Family,  May God protect us and heal the World!  This is a time for deep prayer and caution.  In my lifetime, I have never experienced anything like this coronavirus. Please let’s pray each and every day. I am enclosing a prayer that I found was powerful, so let me encourage you and your […]

Worldwide Vincentian Family Stands with the People of Venezuela

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Guest post from John Freund, CM To all the members of the Vincentian Family (VF) in the world, and especially to our brothers and sisters in Venezuela, we express our concern and our solidarity in the face of the dramatic situation Venezuelans are experiencing in their country. Read more…