THE MONASTIC FAMILY OF BETHLEHEM (NUNS)
NUNS http://www.bethleem.org/ MONASTERY OF OUR LADY OF THE GLORY OF GOD LES MONTSVOIRONS The Monastery of Notre Dame de la Gloire de Dieu was founded in 1967 almost on the very top of a mountain that looks down over Lake Leman. Although the monastery is in France, part of the lake is in Switzerland, and Geneva and Lausanne are also on the lake. The Bishop of Geneva, St Francis de Sales, established a community of hermits where the sisters now are. The monastery is centred on adoration, and…
Catholic Vocation Videos | Traditional Religious Orders, Media, Links
Links to traditional orders, vocation videos, media, and pictures. How to discern a religious vocation to the consecrated life as a monk, nun, sister, or brother. The traditional teachings of the Catholic Church and Saints on the vocation to the consecrated life of celibacy; a higher vocation. Supernatural vs. Natural calling. Addressing the superiority of religious life over marriage.
Organ-izing Postulants and a Nun Run
Ever since our Postulant Sarah became novice Sister Veronica Mary, Phoenix has been our one and only postulant. That is until last Wednesday on the feast of the great contemplative St. Teresa of Avila, Cecilia graduated from the aspirancy and received the black postulant veil. It is very nice indeed to have a matching set of postulants. Phoenix and Cecilia also share a great love for the piano and they are both learning to transfer their piano skills into a flowing legato touch destined for…
Women In Habits
There is probably a thread already for this one, but I still like to look through pictures of the beautiful brides of Jesus Christ!! [img]http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_8jWti2j-38c/S_I5H8g8VUI/AAAAAAAABP8/O56aEjTW8iU/s1600/DSC05212.JPG.jpeg[/img] [img]http://www.overheardinthesacristy.net/wp-c...
Dominican Community Life - Our Lady of the Rosary Monastery Buffalo NY
"The first reason for which we are gathered together in community is to live in harmony, having one mind and heart in God" (Rule of St. Augustine). Our distinctive charism as Dominican Nuns is to have one mind and heart in God. It characterizes every aspect of how we live our Dominican monastic life.