While it doesn’t truly do justice to this beautiful monastery, if you haven’t had a chance to visit, this video gives a good overview of the Monastery Immaculate Conception in Ferdinand, Indiana. Amazon.com Widgets
I don’t know what community this is. If anyone knows, please leave a comment and tell us. The video is from a Dominican Monastery, and contrasts a young sister just entering and an older nun who is 71 years old. I think it gives a beautiful statement not just why one would enter a cloistered […]
This is a beautiful vocation video from contemporary religious life. The community is the Dominican Sisters of St. Mary of the Springs in Columbus, OH, who are now part of the Dominican Sisters of Peace. The beautiful music is “Swimming to the Other Side”, composed by Pat Humphries, and performed by Lui Collins (both links […]
This is a lovely video about the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecelia. I like it because it doesn’t just talk about individual vocation stories, but about what it’s like to live religious life. If you’re discerning, this is a good video to watch. Amazon.com Widgets
This video consists of interviews with a variety of Sisters about why they came to religious life and why they stayed, as well as advice for those considering religious life. Take a watch. Amazon.com Widgets
Today we have a charming video from the Poor Clares of Perpetual Adoration St. Joseph Monastery in Ohio. This Monastery almost had to close. They were left with just 3 elderly sisters when the Monastery in Alabama sent some nuns to help revive the Monastery. Support Consecrated Life by shopping with our sponsors!
This sister is a nun with the Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. It’s well worth watching till the end to see her really beautiful smile.
Sister Margaret Chapman, an IHM Sister from Detroit, talks about the various work she has done over her 40 years of religious life.
This has to be one of the best Poor Clare videos I’ve found so far on YouTube. This 10 minute video was shot by a local news agency, and captures a very personal look at women who have entered there in the last decade. I highly recommend it to anyone who is discerning religious life. […]
This is a vocation video of the Dominican Sisters of St. Mary of the Springs. It’s essentially a slide show with a musical background. The song, “Swimming to the Other Side”, is worth watching the video all by itself. I must go find a copy of it somewhere.