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The secret of finding happiness in life is to “do whatever He tells you” (Jn 2,5). That means – discover the plan God has for your life and follow it. Since you are reading this page, you must be thinking about being called to follow Christ by being set apart as a consecrated person.

How do you discover if this is your calling? In order to hear a call, you must listen. To what or to whom? To God speaking in the Liturgy, to Christ in the silence of your heart during Adoration, to advice from a priest in the confessional, to the Church who teaches you how to live a life pleasing to God, to your family and friends who encourage you to discover God given gifts so that you can use them to serve others. And if these voices – or just one Voice speaking in these different ways – is telling you “Come and follow me” then “do whatever He tells you” and make the next step – contact us to see if our way of life is what your heart desires or where His voice calls.

The best way to find out if religious life might be your vocation is to “come and see”. We invite young women to spend a weekend with us by being part of our life for a few days. We will work with your schedule to find the best time for both of us. You would join us for prayers, meals, recreation, apostolate and have all your questions (even the weird ones) answered on the spot. Give us a call or send us an e-mail today to see if this would be something that would help you in your discernment. Or better yet, fill out our vocation inquiry form.

Vocation Inquiry Form

We welcome into our community women who:

  • are single and are between the ages of 18 and 35 (older candidates are admitted on individual basis)
  • have good physical and mental health
  • have mature personalities
  • have right judgment and common sense