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The Consecrated Diocesan Hermit

by Therese Ivers A consecrated hermit is an individual who has made public vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience in the hands of his bishop and lives them according to a rule of life approved by that bishop. The “diocesan … Continue reading

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Is There A Vocation To The Single Life?

by Therese Ivers We know that God has given each and every one of us a personal vocation, a unique path in this world. For many, the view that the “only” vocations in the Church are to marriage, the consecrated … Continue reading

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