Discerning Your Vocation

Discerning at the Movies! on Saturday, August 17, 2013:

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Discerning with St. Paul Monthly Mini-Course Will Continue in the Fall in 2013!

Dates to be announced.

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To RSVP or for more information, contact:

Sr. Marie Paul at 416-781-9131 ext. 226 or PaulineToronto AT gmail.com (replace AT with @).

Individual Sessions: 

Jan. 26, 2013  On the Road to Damascus: God’s Loving Call
Feb. 23, 2013 I Know Him Whom I’ve Believed: Our Identity in Christ
Mar. 23, 2013 Gifts of Love To Build Up the Body of Christ: Our Call to Love
Apr. 20, 2013 Christ Jesus Has Made Me His Own: Consecration
May 25, 2013 I Became All Things for All People: Chastity/Parenthood
Jun 15, 2013 My Grace Is Sufficient for You: Spirit of Poverty
Sept., 2013 Everything works out for the good of those who love God: Doing the Will of God
Oct. 4-6, 2013 Come and See Discernment Weekend 
Nov., 2013  

 

The Love of Christ Impels Me: Proclaiming Christ and Who Will Separate Me from the Love of Christ?: Discerning in Everyday Life

Dec., 2013 Discernment Retreat Day

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As I currently serve as the vocational contact for the Daughters of Saint Paul across English-speaking Canada, I hope that I can offer here a bit of light on your vocational path. What are your questions and concerns? Contact me here, and I’ll try to respond to your questions.

More to come soon!

10 thoughts on “Discerning Your Vocation

    • Diana,
      I encourage you to go forward, whether writing is meant to be a career or something that you are not sure where it leads. If you feel “called” to write, I encourage you to give it a try! For those of us who are called, it’s an amazing adventure, and there’s nothing else quite like it. There are definitely many challenges and difficulties, so if it’s not meant for you, you will have plenty of opportunities to give it a second thought! (or third, or fourth) You can’t lose by giving it a try; at the very least it can be a great learning experience.

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  1. MY LOVE AND PRAYERS FOR YOU ALL THAT GOD MAY HOLD YOU IN HIS ARMS AS YOU DISCERN YOUR JOURNEYS AND FOR YOU WHOARE AREADY SISTER TOO (N I AM IN THE UK !!!!)

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    • Anne,

      Thank you for your prayers and support! It was a wonderful evening, full of inspiring stories, laughter, and good food.

      God bless you on your journey, too.

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  4. I would dearly love to see a sort of online version of this! I am currently discerning my own call but do not have the funds for travel or even access to the Internet often, but I have been blessed to find the Daughters of St. Paul on Facebook and this blog! I live in a small cabin in the mountains of Idaho as a bit of a hermit and working with a spiritual director, and though I believe I am called to the contemplative life, I am awed and humbled by the joy and love these Sisters pour out online, and how much work they put into using social media to help young women like me learn to LISTEN for and to God with open and joyful hearts! Thank you Sisters! May the Lord continue to grant you the grace to proclaim His Love and Mercy to our broken world! Please keep me in your prayers 🙂

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    • Dear Emily,
      Doing an online version is an intriguing idea! Maybe if we could all see the movie individually, then get together online at an arranged time for a Skype call or a Google hangout? I will say that “Discernment at the Movies” is a really good way to think about, learn about, and see how discernment can be lived in all walks of life.

      Also, do you know about my other blog, http://www.CoAuthorYourLifewithGod.com, which specifically focuses on discernment? If you don’t, I hope you can visit when you have the opportunity. The blog will eventually turn into a book (I’m working on that in my spare moments), but in the meantime, I’m still posting weekly about discernment.

      In the meantime, you will be in my prayers as you continue discerning your vocation! Please pray for me, too.

      God bless you,
      Sr. Marie Paul

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  5. Thank you for directing me to your discernment blog. Sister. It has made me feel more welcome and worthy of the call God has for me in whatever state of life He calls me to and answered some questions and doubts already!

    May He continue to make your vocation so fruitful! You and your community are in my prayers, and I am very grateful for your prayers 🙂

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