VOCATIONS

Blog #4. Not too bad. πŸ™‚ I have to admit that I am impressing myself. πŸ™‚

When thinking about what to write – as it occured to me that I should put something new up – the first thing that came to mind was to ask for your help. Or better put, to invite you to share in two intentions which we hold dear to our hearts.

#1, praying for priests (past, present and future) and #2, praying for good holy vocations to the religious life (particularly to our community). If young people could see, experience and have a taste of the beauty of religious life, of the awesomeness of the priesthood, our seminaries and convents would flourish. AND the lovely thing is…it’s happening. Slowly but surely. However, you and I know how strong the message of the world can be, so this is where YOU come into the picture. We need to pray for our young people, that if they truly are called to belong to the Lord in this way, they will remain steadfast and faithful to the call.

Please do pray in particular for the young women whom God is calling to our community…for their generous, faithful, love-filled response. We would be grateful and in truth, so would the Church. πŸ™‚ God reward you!!!

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Published in: on October 14, 2007 at 1:22 am  Comments (4)  

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  1. Prayers for vocations, with a special emphasis for the Carmelite Sisters, are always “right up there” in our prayers!AMDG,-J.

  2. I’m sure your prayers have definately helped the pull I feel to the Carmelites.. most especially within these last few months! =) God bless you!

  3. Hello, Sisters!Yes, I have been and will continue to pray for vocations to the Priesthood and the Religious life, especially to your Community. Priests are so dear to me! Besides, the Sisters are always praying for me and for others–how can I not pray for them in return? God bless!-Cherilly

  4. Please pray that parents will have generous hearts and encourage vocations in their sons and daughters.


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