• Franciscan Sisters of Dillingen

    Hankinson, ND

  • Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest

    Chicago, IL

  • Dominican Monastery of St. Jude

    Marbury, AL

  • Visitation Monastery

    Mobile, Alabama

  • Franciscan Sisters, TOR of Penance of the Sorrowful Mother

    Toronto, OH

  • Poor Clare Nuns

    Sauk Rapids, Minnesota

  • Apostles of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

    Hamden, CT

  • Carmelite Nuns of Dallas

    Dalllas, Texas

  • Brotherhood of Hope

    New Brunswick, MA

  • Canons Regular of St. John Cantius

    Chicago, IL

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IRL Blog

Vocation Blog

A blog about vocations to the consecrated life.
  • This post, helpful for everyone in the process of discernment, comes from Conception Abbey, a Benedictine Monastery  in Conception, MO . For the complete blog post, visit:  https://www.conceptionabbey.org/discernment-fears/ 5 Common Fears with Discerning your Vocation Many men and women who are discerning a religious vocation hesitate in taking the next step because they are restrained by … Continue reading 5 Common Fears As You Discern Your Vocation →

  • Contemplation of the vastness and purity of the innate beauty of nature is medicine for the soul that draws us out of ourselves and closer to our loving God. Through this, we can experience what Br. Daniel Sokol, OSB, call, the “WOW Factor”: We magnify this “WOW Factor” within by prayerfully appreciating passages of sacred … Continue reading St. Benedict and the WOW Factor →

  • Independence Day celebrates the Declaration of Independence when the Continental Congress declared that the thirteen American colonies were separating from the British Empire to found a new nation. Within the great texts of the American founding is an ambiguous understanding of liberty, or freedom. For Catholics, the interpretation of liberty espoused in the American Founding … Continue reading Christ Hath Made Us Free: Freedom and the Religious Life →