By Therese Ivers One of the most frequent topics people discerning their vocation have several questions about is on vows and promises. As most people enter their vocation by means of a vow or vows, this topic is of great … Continue reading
Category Archives: Celibacy
alt=”Mystical Betrothal of St. Catherine of Sienna” width=”279″ height=”223″ /> by Therese Ivers, JCL Eleven votes have been cast in favor of having this month’s theme be consecrated virginity. As I sat down to begin writing this article, one of … Continue reading
Today I happened to take a look at the diocesan website, and here are some great photos of the ordination of two young men to the diaconate and two to the priesthood. Check them out! CLICK HERE for the photos.
Today, the schedule for the congress was quite busy. The day was kicked off with a Mass at St. Peter’s Basilica celebrated by Cardinal Rode, Prefect of the Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life. Concelebrating … Continue reading
by Therese Ivers The permanent diaconate was recently revived after centuries of disuse in the Catholic Church. Those who are called to be permanent deacons have a somewhat unique vocation. A permanent deacon may be either single or married. He, … Continue reading