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While Peter never missed his Sunday obligation to attend Mass, he admitted that his prayer life and even his marriage were falling by the wayside.
Described as ‘profound and real,’ the speech characterized calls for women’s ordination as a form of clericalism and as a distraction from what Catholic women want and need.
Sharing experiences of consecrated life, how they discerned it over the priesthood and their life in community
Papal words in Cologne began the process of youthful discernment.
Religious men and women have been a major part of the global Catholic Church for centuries.
Men in seminary formation in Rome from Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden are an exception to their largely irreligious peers — and they’re eager to be ‘witnesses of hope’ back home.
‘Making of Your Life a Gift’: Women Religious Share How They Have Found Joy in Following the Lord’s Call
The Register received insights from women in four religious orders, all of whom are connected to the leadership board of the Council of Major Superiors of Women Religious.
Responding to God’s Call: A Priest, a Monk and a Religious Sister Reflect During National Vocations Awareness Week
ROUNDTABLE: The Register speaks with Father Paul Hedman, Brother Leven Harton, and Sister Alicia Torres share how they discerned and what they love most about their vocation.