Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati to Host Days of Service and Mission
You don’t have to go it alone on the path of discernment!
God wins! Call the midwife! Two lines caught my eye in this months E-Voc from the Newsletter of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati.
7 Advents of a Sister of Charity Vocation Journey with S. Tracy Kemme, a novice with the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati. Read her story of being in love with a man and God.
Be open, vigilant, trusting and curious…a good stance for anyone at a discerning moment of life. – Sisters of Charity Cincinnati E-Voc newsletter Dec. 2014
During this National Vocation Awareness Week, I’d have to say that I grew up rather “vocationally unaware,” as, unfortunately, do many Catholics. Although my practicing Catholic parents lovingly brought me up in the faith, and although I attended 16 years of Catholic school, I didn’t deem religious life a viable option until my 20s. Sure, we covered the “Vocations” unit in various religion classes, but there were few experiences that encouraged me to consider that my vocation really could be something besides marriage.
“We’re in the habit of making a difference!” This quote from an older Sister of Charity of Cincinnati appears in this month’s edition of E-Voc.
I was a stranger and you welcomed me by Janet Gildea. A story with many levels of meaning… two Sisters of Charity from different Congregations, the hospitality of of the New Jersey Sisters of Charity for a teacher and human rights activist in Sudan …
Who Do You Say I Am? S. Janet Gildea reflects on this is the October issue of E-voc.
Garden growing? Got fruit yet? Questions for the latest issue of E-Voc.
Patricia Wittberg, a Sister of Charity of Cincinnati and professor of sociology at Indiana University-Purdue University, is one of the co-authors of New Generations of Catholic Sisters: The Challenge of Diversity.
The website of the Sisters of Charity of Halifax offers its Summer Edition of Charity Federation Lifelines.