Category Archives: Discernment

Question: Can a Religious Order or Bishop or Psychologist ask about Sexual Sins?

By Therese Ivers, JCL, OCV Answer:  NO.  Unless the sin(s) are already public knowledge, nobody has the right to inquire into the conscience of another person outside of the confessional.  Men wishing to become priests who helped with the procural … Continue reading

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Attention Discerners: What is Your Most Burning Question about Vocations?

Join the forum discussion on this postNow is your chance to ask Therese Ivers, the leading canonical expert on vocations on the internet, your deepest or most puzzling question about vocational discernment. How? On December 8, 2012, Therese Ivers will … Continue reading

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To Save A Thousand Souls by Fr. Brett Brannen: A Book Review

Join the forum discussion on this post by Therese Ivers, JCL Have you ever been torn between getting married and becoming a priest? If you are serious about discerning your vocation, one of the best tools to have is this … Continue reading

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