HERE’S SO MUCH to learn about the rich experience of religious life.
Get up to speed on some of the most concerning areas of contemplating
vocation. You may find the answers eye-opening.
1. What do priests, sisters, and brothers do all day?
Just like most adults, we spend a portion of each day working. We call our work
ministry because the model and motivation for what we do is Jesus, who asked
that we follow his example of service. But we don’t just work. In order to live in
a healthy, balanced way we try to keep a mix of prayer, ministry, and play in our
lives so that we can be effective ministers and happy people.
In the area of work or ministry, many priests, brothers, and sisters have one
main job, such as teaching, parish ministry, social work, or hospital work—all of
which have somewhat regular hours and predictable demands. Our daily schedule
VISION takes on some of the most common questions
discerners have about religious life.
about religious life
BY VISION & NATIONAL RELIGIOUS VOCATION CONFERENCE
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