Friday, October 31, 2014

Vocation Events around the Country

We've been told about all kinds of discernment retreats coming up. Check out our page "Other Vocation Events" for those we've been given information about.

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Holiness - part two

And the photos are in for the Holiness retreat at the Carmelite Sisters! We are still waiting on the aspirants' comments, but follow this link to enjoy the pics! Holiness retreat

Monday, October 27, 2014

Veni si Amas - Holiness

We returned very late last night from our adventure in Alton and St. Louis. Three women joined in the Veni si Amas retreat with the Sisters of St. Francis of the Martyr St. George and two more went to the Holiness retreat with the Carmelite Sisters of the Divine Heart of Jesus.

For photos of the Veni si Amas retreat, follow this link: Veni si Amas

We'll have more to tell later - and hopefully some photos of the Holiness retreat!

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Retreats for Girls!

We're ready for the fall retreats! Registration is open for the High School Come & See retreat and the Children's Come & See day. 

Both of these retreats give girls a chance to spend time in a convent setting and learn about religious life, at a level appropriate to their ages.We look forward to many participants. Register now on the pages provided.  See you soon!

Sunday, October 5, 2014

Bishop Frederick Baraga

Last weekend was a gift.

Sister M. Ancilla, Sister Mary David and I set out on an adventure to find Bishop Baraga, the missionary priest and bishop to the Ogibwa tribe of Native Americans. Known also at the "Shoe Priest" or "Shepherd of the Wilderness," he lived and died serving the Native Americans and the settlers in Michigan, northern Wisconsin and Canada.

Our trek took us to the Cathedral of Marquette, Michigan, the shores of Lake Superior and Lake Michigan; we saw the site of the his first church and examined artifacts from his life and ministry.

We also had the gift of seeing awesome (as in awe-inspiring) scenery.

For more information on his life, you can follow this link: