Category Archives: Vocation

  1. How to Make Yourself Cry at Your Desk

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    March 14, 2013 by lucieromarin

    Remember stuff! Stuff like this: 17 years ago: “Eeee! I’m so happy for you!” 16 years ago: “Don’t worry, Lucy. …
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  2. Priests. Boyfriends. Two Different Things.

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    March 12, 2013 by lucieromarin

    Well, the first thing I have to say is that consecrated virgins should have a title! The thoughts in this …
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  3. The Impossible Words… “I Need a Career.”

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    January 11, 2013 by lucieromarin

    If you’ve read sufficient conservative literature during your formative years, had the right teachers, and mixed with the right friends, …
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  4. First Place; Pure Gold; the Supreme and Unsurpassed, Ruling and Reigning Queen of Unchosen States of Life

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    December 15, 2012 by lucieromarin

    First place? It goes to the Venerable Cornelia Connelly. If you’re feeling that the Church has messed with your life, …
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  5. Why He Took So Long

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    December 7, 2012 by lucieromarin

    So, yesterday, on the Feast of St Nicholas, I was reading the life of St Colette of Corbie (who is …
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  6. She Certainly Never Guessed…

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    December 4, 2012 by lucieromarin

    … that she’d end up as the name of an asteroid! On a related note, I was making a list …
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  7. Vocation: Nothing’s Inevitable

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    December 3, 2012 by lucieromarin

    It has become commonplace to present vocation discernment something along these lines: ┬áPray. Eventually, hear the Voice of God. Meet …
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  8. Taught, Sold, or Chosen

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    November 24, 2012 by lucieromarin

    There are two ways (other than prayer!) by which to combat a widespread vocations crisis. One is education. The other …
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  9. A New Order

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    November 10, 2012 by lucieromarin

    You may have had the experience of expressing your disappointment about life to a priest – or to some other …
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