5 Steps to Finding your Vocation
How do I know God's Will for Me?
Catholic Religious Life Dictionary
Vocation Discernment and Religious Life
The story of a vocation
Called: Sister Sue
5 Steps to Finding your VocationDid you know that the word vocation is related to the term “vocal cords” and means “a calling”? More precisely it means spending your life doing what your innermost heart feels called to do, but how shall we do it? It’s as simple as ask, trust, stop, listen, and respond.
How do I know God's Will for Me?"What is God's will for me?" Finding the will of God is really important for those of us who love the Lord and want to live our lives according to God's purpose for us. "Whoever does the will of God is my brother and sister and mother" (Mark3:35). One of the hardest parts about doing God's will is that you sometimes have to go against the will of the ones you love, like your parents or your friends. Even the best parents have agendas for their children. Although it doesn't always feel like it, doing your heart's desire through prayer and staying connected to the church will lead you to God.
Catholic Religious Life DictionaryReligious life Adapted from an article by Carol Schuck Scheiber for VISION Vocation Guide. Read the complete article.
Vocation Discernment and Religious LifeFr. Brian Terry, SA discusses Vocation Discernment and religious life. He discusses the questions so often posed by a person seeking something more in their life: Is there something more? Could I be doing something more? What can I do to find that "something"?
The story of a vocationBr. Joe Trout has joined the Dominican Order only three years ago. Flash back on his story. ENG - General Chapter of the Order of Preachers, Trogir 2013, Croatia
Called: Sister SueSister Sue Ernster is a certified public accountant and a Franciscan Sister of Perpetual Adoration. In this video she talks about her call to religious life.