Harvest of Prayer

1. pdf “Where People Pray Fervently, Vocations Flourish” (121 KB)
2. pdf “Mary's Humility: The Knock at the Heart of Christ” (119 KB)
3. pdf “Eucharistic Love Motivates and Founds the Vocational Activity of the Whole Church” (124 KB)
4. pdf “Prophetic Witnesses of God’s Love” (116 KB)
5. pdf(116 KB)pdf Signs of the Love of Christ” (117 KB)
6. pdf(116 KB)pdf (117 KB)pdf Witnesses to the Kingdom” (121 KB)

Through prayer, everyonebishops, priests, religious and laitycan make a powerful contribution to the IRL's mission: To support and promote the consecrated life, particularly vowed religious life, as a gift to the entire Church and an evangelical witness to the world!  

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A blog about vocations to the consecrated life.
  • The Elderly   That the elderly, sustained by families and Christian communities, may apply their wisdom and experience to spreading the faith and forming the new generations. For more information, visit the Apostleship of Prayer.

  • “Preach the Gospel as you go for the streets!” ―Poor Friars Motto There is a new community in the diocese of Houma/Thibodaux in Louisiana whose members can be seen hitchhiking around the highways and byways of the diocese. The Little Friars and Little Nuns of Jesus and Mary, also known as the Poor Friars, were … Continue reading Little Friars and Little Nuns of Jesus and Mary →

  • Two Sisters from the Carmelite Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart of Los Angeles came from opposite coasts for a recent Come & See weekend in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Sr. Elizabeth Therese, O.C.D., and Sr. Catherine Marie, O.C.D., live in Alhambra, CA, and Miami, FL, respectively, but have their roots in Minnesota. God’s call is … Continue reading God knows No Boundaries: Finding a Vocation With the Carmelites in California →