Month: November 2014

Loving with an Open Hand

By Ariana RangelAmeriCorps Member at Maggie’s Place There is a beautiful image of Mary and Eve that I really love in which Mary is comforting Eve. The colors are vibrant and the message it conveys is a comfort to me. As Mary crushes the serpent that is wrapped around Eve’s leg, she holds Eve’s hand… Read more »

Discernment story: Be a human being, not a human doing

By Mallorie GerwitzFormer Colorado Vincentian Volunteers memberFrom Service to Sisterhood Vocation Story My senior year of high school was when I first felt that I heard the call to professed life.  I spoke to Sister Jean, FSSJ at my high school but I wasn’t ready to truly make that kind of life decision. It was… Read more »

Discernment story: “You could be happy like that”

By Sr. Meg KymesFormer Vincentian Service Corps volunteer in St. Louis, MOFrom Service to Sisterhood Vocation Story From the moment I met them I felt drawn to their joyful spirit. I heard this little voice inside of me say, “You could be happy like that.” At first I was shocked and a little scared. I… Read more »