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Articles for discernment
“Go home and think about it” Do you really want to be a Daughter of Charity?
These women have risked a joyful “yes” to a road not often traveled.
Instead of resolutions for change, entering the new year can be a good time to take inventory of what is working for you at this point in your life, what you are good at, what you are learning and developing.
Reasons to watch the reality show Sisterhood… and what questions to ask
60 sescond with Sister – Sister Honora Remes, D.C., shares about her ministry and how it impacts her as a Daughter of Charity.
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.
How do sisters handle relationships? That’s the topic for this Holy Hangout. In a no holds barred conversation the sisters take on all kinds of relationships at all stages from discerning whether to become a sister to how to relate to men in a healthy manner consistent with a commitment to consecrated life.
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
The International Business Times reports… “Women from Catholic religious orders watched Lifetime’s new reality TV series “The Sisterhood: Becoming Nuns” intently Tuesday night. Some held premiere parties while others blogged and tweeted their reactions