Meet with someone in religious life--a Catholic brother, sister, or priest--and ask these suggested questions.
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Prayer traditions observed in a small “monastery town” can lead to new prayer horizons and practices as well as a newly energized prayer attitude.
Younger members of religious communities talk about living out their call in multigenerational settings.
Brother John Skrodinsky has always been passionate about serving those in need. When he found a religious community that cared as much as he does, he found his home.
As a child Sister Julie Vieira chose Saint Teresa of Avila as a confirmation name and pretty much forgot about her. But over the years Teresa remained with this I.H.M. sister, waiting for Sister Julie to come by her convent cell and chat awhile.
If you are going to do something as radical as following a religious vocation, says Father Laurence Freeman, it would be wise to allow the process of conversion a chance to begin.
Whenever people in need come to Father Vic Subb at an “inconvenient” time, he remembers the words of one of his brother priests: “That was Jesus on the phone.”
If God is content that an individual is trying his or her best (for the moment) to fulfill God’s hopes, that person qualifies as a saint.
Being a Christian means adopting a certain way of life, and spirituality is living the Christian life in the concrete situation where we find ourselves.
The blogosphere is not lacking when it comes to Catholic religious life and discernment.
World Youth Day inspired and challenged those who ventured to Madrid. “Conversations with others from all over the world ignited a fire," says one pilgrim . . .
Read the passage about the resurrected Jesus’ appearance on the road to Emmaus, and examine what causes your heart to burn with desire.
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