The life and death of Sister Mary Joseph of the Trinity has sparked fresh interest in other examples of dual vocations to marriage and consecrated life.
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A personal recollection of the late Ann Miller, who in 1989 left behind her public life and 10 adult children to become Carmelite Sister Mary Joseph of the Trinity.
The monastic grange project at the Abbaye Sainte-Marie of Boulaur has aroused a wave of enthusiasm in the country and is already inspiring other monasteries in Europe.
‘Contemplatives, as men and women immersed in human history and drawn to the splendor of Christ,’ says Pope Francis in Vultum Dei Quarere, ‘are set in the heart of the Church and the world.’
Three such communities have chosen to live in isolated areas where they may better live a life of prayer and contemplation, while sustaining their needs with manual labor.
Young woman joins the Poor Clare Missionaries of the Blessed Sacrament.
The Little Sisters Disciples of the Lamb are receiving attention, and support, from the U.S. after Vatican News published their story.
In an excerpt from the book, released Friday by Religión Digital, the Pope said he is concerned about the issue of evaluating and forming people with homosexual tendencies in the clergy and consecrated life.