Category: VOCARE

Discernment story: Called to become

By Sr. Margaret CullotyFormer volunteer with The Volunteer Missionary MovementFrom Service to Sisterhood Vocation Story We all have dreams and one of mine was to go to Africa. Following my graduation from university I had a profound sense of gratitude in my heart. I felt truly blessed for all I had received in life and… 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 »

Discernment Story: Making a Lifetime of Difference

By Sr. Meg Kymes, D.C.Former Vincentian Service Corps volunteerDaughters of Charity The Vincentian Service Corps motto was “A year of service makes a lifetime of difference.” I know that motto is true for me. When I came to VSC, I was hoping to find a career path and meet some new people along the way,… Read more »