Imagine for a moment that you were faced with the experience of being homeless and had nowhere else to turn. And you chose that.
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The following is a discernment technique to help you examine your day, to see if you can discover how God is calling you.
I invite “every member of the Vincentian Family to take one very concrete step; that is, every member is to bring one new candidate to one of the branches of the Vincentian Family.” An ecological approach to vocations.
Vocation Vacation By S. Janet Gildea - Summertime … and the livin’ is easy … fish are jumpin’… and the cotton is high …” So begins the latest issue of E-Voc, the electronic newsletter from the Vocation Team of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati for single women...
Recently a group of "under 10's" were blessed to share a week with Fr. Pat Griffin, past Director General for the Daughters of Charity, focused on the theme “Follow Me: The Vows as Response to a Call.” Sr. Roberta Treppa, DC shares the following reflection from the...
Renée Rose explains how joy revitalizes
“You want me to be one of them?”
S. Tracy Kemme offers an inspiring reflection on the "alabaster jar of costly ointment" in the context of her upcoming profession of first vows as a Sister of Charity of Cincinnati. Who was the woman who came to anoint Jesus. Where did she come from? Did she know...
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.
Sister Cabrini Thomas, D.C., talks about her family’s response to her decision to become a Daughter of Charity.
60 seconds with Sr. Meg Kymes