Many institutes of religious women desire to expand their online capabilities so as to better connect with women who may be the next generation of Catholic sisters.
Jean Egolf reflects on the impetus behind her Molly McBride series of picture books for children that foster religious vocations.
The Cloistered Dominican Nuns of the Perpetual Rosary in Lancaster, PA invite single women under the age of 40 to get to know them online as well as in person.
In this episode of The Gist, hosts Danielle Bean, Rachel Balducci and Carolee McGrath talk about helping their kids find their vocations and path in life with guests Rhonda Gruenewald, author of ‘Hundredfold: A Guide to Parish Vocation Ministry’ and Father Sean O’Mannion of the Guards of Honor.
Monica McConkey is doing her best to foster vocations, in her own home. Check out this Vintage Miniature Mass set she inherited AND the affordable DIY Play Mass set YOU can easily compile for your budding baby priest.
Third Orders are an opportunity for laypeople to adopt the spirituality of a religious order that speaks to their heart. Tiffany Walsh discusses her journey as a twenty-something who thought she was a natural Carmelite, but ultimately found joy and peace with the Dominicans.