World Day for Consecrated Life, Feb. 14, 2015 St. Andrew Parish, Wright, Kansas
In honor of the Year of Consecrated Life, the
Southwest Kansas Catholic is featuring a "question and answer"
feature on several men and women Religious serving in the diocese.
Please continue to check in, as more will be added!
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Sister Mary Vuong, OP, of Great Bend, shares her vocation story;
Sister Mary professed her final vows on May 26, 2012
at the Dominican Motherhouse, Great Bend
Thinking about the Consecrated Life for Women?
A woman who enters consecrated life chooses to deepen her baptismal commitment by taking vows which emphasize the values of prayer, loving service, and simple living in community with others. Consecrated women serve the Church and community in many ways, including: youth ministry, homeless and hungry, battered women, education, healthcare, family life and parish pastoral ministry. Some Sisters are totally dedicated to the contemplative life. The resources here are to help a discerning woman discover the next steps in her journey. May God bless you as you search for His holy will.
Prayer and Discernment Resources
The realization that God is asking you to follow Him in consecrated life is made through active participation in the Church, prayer, receiving the sacraments, spiritual reading, and service in the Church. It may be an idea you have considered for a long time or one that has come to you during a significant moment in your life. These are prayers and resources to assist in discerning God’s plan for you.
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