A recent video of the Dominican Sisters encourages young women to think about how God’s vocation for them is already budding in their hearts.
The video, “Let God’s Call for Your Life Flower as a Dominican Sister,” has been viewed nearly 2,000 times since it was launched one month ago on Gloria TV.
The one-minute video features classical religious pictures as well as photos of professions of the Dominican Sisters. The video can be seen at left.
In God’s eyes, your life stretches between a promise and its fulfillment, a promise from before you were born and the fulfillment that is still in your hands. The Scripture clearly shows that both correspond perfectly.
Following the footsteps of Abraham of years ago, and his faith journey, you need to explore how God speaks to your heart and what is, in fact, the “promised land” for your life’s journey.
The promise of your life’s vocation already buds in your heart. Will you let it blossom to completion? Time and again God reassured Abraham to trust unfailingly and to proceed confidently until the goal was achieved.
Visit the Dominican Sisters of the Immaculate Conception and discover that God also speaks to your heart, and that His plans are full of peace and purpose.
Jesus Christ said, “You are the salt of the earth.” What does this mean? A new video by the Dominican sisters features features a salt shaker shaped like a religious sister and the words of Christ, “You are the salt of the earth. Bring Christ to a world that has lost its flavor.”
Later in the video, Christ asks, “Are you called to become a Dominican sister?” The salt-shaker sister bobs up and down to the ringing of a bell as if to say yes. The video also features photos from the Dominican convent.
The 43-second video has been viewed 45 times in less than two hours since it was launched on Gloria.TV. Watch the video at left.
Waiting for the Holy Father to celebrate Mass at World Youth Day.
This is the second journal account of one of the Dominican Sisters of the Immaculate Conception who joined other sisters in a pilgrimage to Madrid and other parts of Spain on their trip to World Youth Day, Aug. 16-21.This account was written by Sr. Rosaria.
We had many sisters, 60 total, from all over the U.S. We all arrived in Spain on the same day but in three different groups, traveling from Chicago, New York, or Miami.
I was excited about going to see the Pope but I was also looking forward to seeing a new country and visiting the landmarks that were well known in Spain, such as visiting Avila, the home of St. Theresa and as a surprise we were also able to visit a monastery of Dominican nuns who were founded by St. Dominic, and they are taking care of the very Baptismal font that St. Dominic himself was baptized in. Continue reading ‘Sisters Experience a Church Both Immense and Small at WYD’ »