Being part of a family – “whether spiritual or natural” – reminds us that we are not alone in life or faith. How blessed are we to be a part of the imagination of God!
Ever have the experience of looking for something, like car keys or a cell phone, just to find that it’s right before your eyes? Sometimes vocations are like that.
See how Sister Barbara O'Kane uses the acronym P.R.A.Y. for discerners considering religious life.
I discovered from a quote attributed to St. Augustine: "You have made us for yourself, O God, and our hearts are restless until they rest in Thee”, that restlessness characterized the search for my vocation during my young adult years.
A personal relationship with the God whom I love, and who loves me, in the service of God’s people always played an important role in my life.
Experiencing contemplative prayer in community awakened in me the call to religious life.
In this #Nunday video, Sister Thanh Pham and Sister Alexa Rebecca Weight, Sisters of St. Mary of Oregon, talk about the many blessings and joys of going through the Novitiate together.
Sister Marcia Hall talks about the surprising call to religious life as an Oblate Sister of Providence.