Category Archives: Religious Life

Discerning to Death; Tapering One’s Discernment Towards Its Conclusion

by Therese Ivers, JCL Way back in September, I was asked to help with an upcoming retreat for women discerning their vocations and who feel like they’re beating their heads on the wall “discerning to death”.  This topic really resonated … Continue reading

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Conference: Diverse Models of Authority Present In Religious Life of the Latin Church

Tomorrow I will be going to a conference held at my university with its theme on authority in religious life.  Not only is it of personal interest to me, but as I am a student in the faculty of canon … Continue reading

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The Vocation To A Secular Institute

by Therese Ivers The first secular institute with whom I came in contact were the Father Kolbe Missionaries. Not many people respond to a call to a vocation to a secular institute and in part, I believe it is because … Continue reading

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