By Beth Donze, Clarion Herald Looking back on her formative years, Salesian Sister Michelle Geiger says her vocational discernment unfolded like a scavenger hunt: One
While God is many things – including humankind’s all-powerful and ever-forgiving creator – there is one divine characteristic that sometimes gets forgotten by young
When the two disciples fleeing Jerusalem after Jesus’ death realized the risen Christ had been with them all along on the road to Emmaus, they couldn’t wait to tell others the amazing news, said Dominican Father Thomas Schaefgen, speaking to 1,200 fifth graders assembled at Mount Carmel Academy April 29.
Benedictine Brother Ephrem Arcement regularly turns to Psalm 139 to be reminded of the miracle of life – that wondrous realization that God “formed my inmost being” and “knit me in my mother’s womb.”
Although some might perceive a vocation to the priesthood or religious life to be a choice that limits, the calling actually opens up a