Very cool! Thanks for posting this!Young Catholic women, and men, taking the idea of religious vocation discernment seriously is exciting to me! As JP2 said at WYD2002, the Church is alive, and she is still young!Warren
I looked at all the facebook photos...I could totally see you here.
I am reminded of Pope Benedict's Pentecost sermon. He talked about the Holy Spirit being like air. Then he talked about air pollution. The different kinds of spiritual crap we can find in society. This strikes me as a place where one can be virtually free of air pollution. It can give someone great spiritual strength to be there long term. It is no wonder so many nuns have become saints.
Have you ever thought about a religious vocation.
Anon, it'd be pretty hard to go on one of those retreats and not think of it. :)Randy, it's true, and that's one reason why certain environments (good convents, definitely) are so much more conducive to prayer... and certain movies, songs, TV shows, etc, are detrimental to it.
Many thanks for the photos, they are truly inspiring. Speaking of inspiring, I'll be praying that some if not all of you who attended the retreat will be inspired to answer a call to religious life!Kasandra
You're welcome, and your prayers certainly would be appreciated. :)
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