One Step Closer, One More To Go

So much excitement in recent days!  The spring class of The Labouré Society finished strong, raising approximately $270,000 for vocations!  Nine of my fellow aspirants will be entering formation this summer and fall because of the generosity of the Body of Christ!  Deo gratias!  On Friday, I received word from TLS that a grant award […]

Corpus Christi

When I first started discerning religious life and corresponding with the nuns at Corpus Christi Monastery, it was all new and exciting and a bit nerve-wracking at the same time.  When I returned from my first visit, I was head over heels and had such peace about where things were going, though I still intended to […]

Vocation Crisis? Not What You Might Think…

Yesterday, a study was released by the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate (CARA) of Georgetown University titled, “Consideration of Priesthood and Religious Life Among Never-Married U.S. Catholics”.  A survey was taken of approximately 24,500,000 single Catholics in the U.S. on whether they had ever discerned a religious vocation and why or why not.  […]