We're all called to a vocation, but would God call us to something we might not want to do?
Sister Jean Marie Fernandez, RGS, shares how human dignity is central to her ministry with people who are homeless in San Francisco.
A Nun's Life welcomes guest blogger Sister Christina Chavez, CDP, who writes about her experience of discerning and being a canonical novice with the Congregation of Divine Providence in San Antonio, Texas.
Monday is Nunday! Meet Sister Maryanne Tracey, a Sister of Charity of Saint Elizabeth.
Monday is Nunday! Meet Sister Sharon Dillon, SSJ-TOSF. Sister Sharon shares how she lives the gospel through her role as executive director of the National Religious Vocation Conference.
The breathless pace of our lives only seems to accelerate as we take on more responsibilities, more expectations, and instant everything!
As discerners and seekers, we want to follow God, but here’s the clue from Jesus about how to ensure that that happens.
I always wanted to be an archaeologist. The idea of becoming a Sister emerged much later in my life. It seemed to me (although for almost no one else in my life) to be a bolt out of the blue.
Not gonna lie. I was kinda scared when I realized God might be calling be to become a nun!
On the Feast of Saint Mark we hear his gospel account of Jesus' ascension into heaven. How is Jesus calling you to "proclaim the gospel to every creature"?