“Our vocation, that place to which we are called to give ourselves, is the field. It looks different for each of us depending on what God calls us to, but the treasure is always Christ.”
Father Doug Liebsch: The priesthood is the love of the heart of Jesus
Saying yes: Two Benedictine sisters to make final profession July 11
Benedictine Sisters Bridgette Powers and Laura Suhr are both set to make their perpetual monastic profession July 11 at St. Benedict’s Monastery in St. Joseph.
Facebook ‘like’ leads to vocation for Crosier brother
Brother Daniel Hernandez’s ordination is set for July 9 at Holy Cross in Onamia.
Richmond native professes first vows with Franciscan order in Ohio
Toni Schlangen, who is now Sister Bridget, recalls the moment of grace that transformed her.
Father Doug Liebsch: A message for National Vocation Awareness Week
“We are called to see where Christ’s hand might be pointing and to reach out and point in a similar manner.”
A day in the life of seminarian Toby Ellis
Toby Ellis, a third-year seminarian, discusses his daily life — classes, friends, formation process — at St. John Vianney College Seminary in St. Paul.
Poor Clare Sisters elect new abbess, councilors
The sisters at St. Clare’s Monastery in Sauk Rapids selected Franciscan Sister Mary Matthew Tomsyck as their new abbess for a six-year term.
Vincent Charles to be ordained deacon Nov. 13 in Isanti
Vincent Charles, to be ordained Nov. 13 as a permanent deacon in Isanti, believes God sparked his interest in becoming a deacon through his involvement in various parish ministries.