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Which of these are you discerning for?


Paladin D

Which of these are you discerning, or already have chosen?  

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despite all the obstacles, I'm still discerning to be a Dominican Sister....

...my vocation is not dying, folks! It's just getting stronger!!

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[quote name='viking' post='1780032' date='Feb 13 2009, 10:04 PM']I'm discerning the Priesthood.[/quote]

Good for you! We need many good and holy men to become priests :saint:

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[quote name='melporcristo' timestamp='1102480812' post='441426']
Hey, you forgot the concecrated life as well! :) its cool though, because is isn't as big i guess.... but here is a link to a community I am considering:
[url="http://www.regnumchristi.org"]Regnum Christi[/url]
[url="http://www.legionariesofchrist.org"]Legionaries of Christ[/url]

The Legionaries, I think, is an order for men and Regnum Christi is an ecclesial movement. For more info, go to [url="http://www.vocation.com"]Vocation[/url]
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The Legionaries are having serious problems in the Church.
Regnum Christi members are lay and are not consecrated even if they claim to be because of their private promises.

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[quote name='VeniteAdoremus' timestamp='1233794599' post='1772303']
Completely correct. :)

To keep it simple, we generally call the cloistered sisters nuns and the uncloistered, "active" sisters religious sisters. This is not exactly true but a handy convention nevertheless. :)
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I did not know that:blink: .....good to know.
I guess my vote would have been for sister then.

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The pole leaves out secular priests who are not diocesan, such as the FSSP, the Sulpicians, the Oratory of St. Philip Neri, ICKSP/ICRSS, the Companions of the Cross, Missionaries of the Precious Blood, and the Institute of the Good Shepherd.

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[quote name='Klaudi87' timestamp='1289190386' post='2185694']
I did not know that:blink: .....good to know.
I guess my vote would have been for sister then.
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my theology teacher says "if you see a sister she is not a nun"

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[quote name='ameliabedelia' timestamp='1290728749' post='2189299']
my theology teacher says "if you see a sister she is not a nun"
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At a diocesan youth day, a speaker talked about the "nuns in the front pew," aka my campus minister and the principal. The campus minister straightened him out!

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I'm still discerning if I am called to join the Third Order Dominicans. I am not sure because the career I feel called to has a lot of travel involved and that could be tricky in getting to the meetings each month. I am still very much a Dominican at heart.

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[quote name='ameliabedelia' timestamp='1290728749' post='2189299']
my theology teacher says "if you see a sister she is not a nun"
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LOL that is a good way to put it!

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[quote name='Paladin D' timestamp='1097814384' post='385859']
I'm discerning the Diocesan Priesthood.
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It's not too late P.D., the military is short on chaplains.
...man this thread is old...you probably won't ever see this.

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