Friday Community Highlight – Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet

By | Aug 29, 2008

This week’s highlighted community is: The Sisters of St. Joseph  were founded in the early 1600’s and then refounded in 1807 after the French Revolution, during which convents in France were suppressed.  The first sisters came to the United States in 1836, to a small town near St. Louis, called Carondelet.  They now have provinces […]

Wednesday Discernment Link: Phatmass

By | Aug 27, 2008

While the site isn’t technically about discernment, they do have a fairly active vocation section in the forums.  This site caters mostly to the younger crowd, but I’ve heard you can find a few folks over 30 there. I know I have some Phatmassers who read here.  Want to tell us a bit more about […]

Tuesday Book Review – Opening to God

By | Aug 26, 2008

I’m starting a new feature this week, Tuesday book review. For now, these will be books that I have personally read and found useful, but I will be soliciting book reviews from others in the future. I also invite you all to comment with your own reviews of these books, whether positive or negative. The […]

Video Monday – Dominican Sisters of Nashville

By | Aug 25, 2008

I found this to be a really good video, not just about the Dominican Sisters of Nashville, but about discernment as well. This is a secular video, but well worth watching. I’d love to hear what others think of this video. It addressed some good points about the return of many young people to more […]

Friday Community Highlight – Daughters of St Mary of Providence

By | Aug 22, 2008

This week’s highlighted community is: The Daughters of St. Mary of Providence were founded by Blessed Louis Guanella and came to the United States in 1913.  They work with the elderly, with the homeless, with the developmentally disabled, and in parish ministry.  The sisters wear a modified habit and live in community. Take a few […]

Wednesday Discernment Link: Meg Funk

By | Aug 20, 2008

While this site isn’t specifically about discernment, I think it has a great deal to offer anyone who is currently discerning religious life, as well as anyone seeking to live a more holy life in general. Meg Funk is actually Sr. Mary Margaret Funk, OSB of Our Lady of Grace Monastery in Beech Grove, Indiana.  […]

Video Monday – Sr. Rose Marie Jasinski, CBS

By | Aug 18, 2008

Sr. Rose Marie Jasinski, a Sister of Bon Secours, talks about her ministry.

Can You Help?

By | Aug 16, 2008

Note:  This is a sticky note.  For new content, please scroll down. Consecrated Life has been around now for almost 9 years.  It’s been a labor of love, and all I’ve wanted out of it was the satisfaction of helping women find their path in this life. Things are a little round in our household […]

Site Updates

By | Aug 16, 2008

A few updates to the site: I finally brought in the old Discernment Resources and Nun Blogs lists.  You can access them now on the menu at the top of the page. Updated various e-mail links that were out of date and a few links that were still pointing at the pages from the old […]

Friday Community Highlight – Sisters of St. Chretienne

By | Aug 8, 2008

This week’s highlighted community is: This is an international, apostolic congregation, with US ministries in Massachusets, Kentucky, Florida, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.  They also have sisters in Canada, France, Austria and Hungary.  The sisters have missions in Central Africa and Northern Alberta, Canada. Visit the website of the Sisters of St. Chretienne to learn more […]

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