This past weekend was filled with important milestones.
As we’ve noted elsewhere, one of the challenges involved in blogging about the seminary experience is that there’s a lot to write about at the beginning, not much in the … Continue reading
Guest blogger Megan Dahle shares a few thoughts on the topic of obedience.
The Paulists have an ordination planned for Saturday, May 20, 2017. Learn more about the men who are preparing for the priesthood.
In a recent episode of the Busted Halo Radio Show, Fr. Dave answers a question about discernment and models a great way to have a potentially difficult situation.
Pop culture insights — finding yourself may be the key to finding your vocation.
To quote Ursula the sea witch, “Life’s full of tough choices, innit?” A few thoughts for the discerner and those supporting them.
Parenting can keep you up at night worrying about your children’s future. A couple of examples — both real and fictional — can help parents better understand and grapple with their fears.
Matt Wenke has a couple of great posts over at Aleteia sharing his experience of having a daughter enter a religious order.
It’s well documented that parents discourage their children from entering religious life, but how should we respond?
Being a seminarian involves more than just sitting in classrooms or spending days in prayer. There’s a very active component as well.
Some parents object when their son declares an interest in a vocation. There are lots of reasons given, but I suspect that the root of the problem is lack of … Continue reading
Evan pointed out that the blog hasn’t been updated in a while. He’s right. I’ve missed several important events in the life of the Paulist Community. So, let me (with … Continue reading
Not everyone in a wimple is a nun and not every man in a habit is a priest. Can you tell the difference?