He Hears The Cry Of The Poor
In He Hears the Cry of the Poor Robert Maloney addresses vital questions of religious communities today. His vision is filled with hope and promise as he discusses the renewal of community and prayer life, the apostolate, and the growing international character of communities. Throughout the book, Father Maloney puts into active and creative dialogue voices from the past and the present. Vincent and his spiritual friends come alive, not only as a force in seventeenth-century France, but as partners in conversation with men and women of today. This book is an excellent resource and guide for those who follow a Vincentian spiritual life, as well as anyone who takes an active role in their Christian community.
Father Robert Maloney was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He is currently the Superior General of the Congregation of the Mission (Vincentians) and the Daughters of Charity, as well as the author of various articles on moral theology and spirituality. This is his second book with New City Press. His first was The Way of Vincent de Paul.