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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When she entered the Dominican cloister, Lalia Jones said that she wanted to become a nun ‘like the Little Flower.’
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There is a young and vital presence of religious sisters, novices and postulants in U.S. Catholic life, a new survey has found. The postulants’ average age is 27, while novices have an average age of 29. Temporary professed sisters have an average age of 32.
Sister Clare Crockett, an Irish religious sister, has a beautiful vocation story, according to EWTN. Sister Clare was the voice of “Lucy” on the long-running EWTN children’s television series Hi Lucy.
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The Sisters of Our Mother of Divine Grace, Daughters of Mary of Nazareth and Brigittine Servitores have much zeal to share, especially as the Church celebrates the Year of Consecrated Life.
The Diocese of Shrewsbury’s Year for Vocations ‘complements the Year of Consecrated Life,’ said Bishop Mark Davies.