A Heart of Generosity and Love: Sister Mary Aquinas’s Vocation Journey
Feb10

A Heart of Generosity and Love: Sister Mary Aquinas’s Vocation Journey

Sister Mary Aquinas had a dream job and life in the world, but she kept searching for something more, something that would fill the void left in her heart. God called her to His Heart, and she was set to join the Dominicans when she got into a car accident that truly required her to give everything to God and let His will be done. She endured extensive physical trauma from the accident, which prevented her from joining the convent...

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A Heart of Generosity and Love: Sister Agnes Paulina’s Vocation Journey
Feb03

A Heart of Generosity and Love: Sister Agnes Paulina’s Vocation Journey

Sister Agnes Paulina was born in Poland and immigrated to the United States with her parents. Throughout her life, she wanted to help others understand the true meaning of suffering and to embrace the Catholic faith. Influenced by Saint John Paul II, who she met while living in Poland, Sister Agnes Paulina eventually discerned her religious vocation and joined the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist, where she shares...

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His Call Will Come: Sister Maria’s Vocation Journey
Jan27

His Call Will Come: Sister Maria’s Vocation Journey

Sister Maria was raised Catholic and spent her young adulthood selling cars and living a materialistic life. She eventually felt called to the religious life and knew that she needed to get herself out of debt before she could seek entrance to a community. She became a successful CFO of three car dealerships and became comfortable with that position, so she told God that He had to blatantly call her hand before she’d give it all up...

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The Tug of the Holy Spirit: Sister Martin Thérèse’s Vocation Journey
Jan20

The Tug of the Holy Spirit: Sister Martin Thérèse’s Vocation Journey

Growing up, Sister Martin Thérèse knew she wanted to be a wife and mother and thought she had no religious vocation at all. God knew differently and tugged at her heart until she listened and responded. A nagging feeling that she should write to the Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist led to a beautiful acceptance of her religious vocation in their community. The Holy Spirit works in mysterious ways, and He will guide you if you...

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From Bees to a Dominican Sister of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist. Sr. Irenaeus’ Vocation Story.
Jan13

From Bees to a Dominican Sister of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist. Sr. Irenaeus’ Vocation Story.

From raising bees and selling honey, Sister Irenaeus realized she wanted something more. She wanted to sell something more worthwhile. Through faith and prayer and Eucharistic Adoration, she realized that God was calling her to Himself, and she joyfully answered that call after college. Her simple vocation story is a beautiful reminder that God calls us from wherever we may be, and that He knows the plan for our lives if we are...

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