• Sons of Our Mother of Peace

    High Ridge, MO

  • Friars of the Sick Poor of Los Angeles

    Long Beach, CA

  • Parish Visitors of Mary Immaculate

    Monroe, New York; Bronx, New York; Mesa, Arizona

  • Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter

    Denton, NE

  • Benedictine Monks of Norcia

    Norcia, Italy

  • Rosarian Dominican Sisters

    Silverado, CA

  • Brigittine Priory of Our Lady of Consolation

    Amity, OR

  • School Sisters of St. Francis

    Panhandle, TX

  • Fathers of Mercy

    Auburn, KY

  • Franciscan Sisters of Dillingen

    Hankinson, ND

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IRL Blog

Vocation Blog

A blog about vocations to the consecrated life.
  • The Vocation to the Eremitical Life       By Sister Janet of Beit Mery Hermitage Soon after the conversion of the Emperor Constantine and his legalization of Christianity in the Edict of Milan in the year 314 CE., Some Christians began to feel that the spiritual fervor that was present during the Age of Martyrdom was being … Continue reading Ever Ancient, Ever New: The Vocation to the Eremitical Life →

  • The Contemplatives of St. Joseph, a monastery for men founded in 2010, now have a women’s branch. Over the years, founder Fr. Vito Perrone had to turn women away seeking to join them in their contemplative yet active life. But now, there are 3 women in formation with more to surely come because they seem … Continue reading Contemplatives of St. Joseph Add Women’s Branch →

  • On March 18, 2018, the Norbertines of St. Michael’s Abbey in Silverado, California, broke ground on a new abbey. And why do they need a new abbey?  Because the community, with 51 priests and 36 seminarians, has outgrown their space. Yes, 36 seminarians! The instability of the land at their current site, the lack of … Continue reading Norbertines Break Ground on New Abbey →