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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Vocation Blog

A blog about vocations to the consecrated life.
  • A few years ago, I had the blessing to visit the Carmelite monastery in Terre Haute, Indiana. Since that time, their community has really blossomed with young vocations! There are twelve solemnly professed sisters, one who has professed temporary vows and 3 novices. They also have 2 sisters living with them from China who are … Continue reading Terre Haute Carmel Growing and Inviting Women to a Weekend Visit! →

  • Thomas Aquinas College (TAC) in Santa Paula, California, will soon have an East Coast campus. They have entered into a preliminary grant agreement with the National Christian Foundation (NCF) to accept its gift of a former secondary school campus in Northfield, Massachusetts. A portion of the 217-acres, located 90 miles northwest of Boston, will be … Continue reading Thomas Aquinas College Expanding East! →

  • Holy Resurrection Monastery is sui juris (self-governing) monastic community of monks located in Saint Nazianz, Wisconsin. Founded in 1995, they are under the Romanian Catholic Eparchy of St George’s in Canton, Ohio. They are committed to the revival of traditional Eastern Christian monastic life, following the liturgical and fasting regulations of the Byzantine tradition. There … Continue reading Vocations Boom at Holy Resurrection Monastery →