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Pope Francis to New Priests: Don’t Be a Peacock
Last edited 26th April 2015

Pope Francis presided over the ordination of nearly twenty men to the priesthood on Sunday, where he warned them against being vain priests who live first for their own pleasure rather than for God’s.

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Women Entering Religious Life in UK at 25-Year High
Last edited 23rd April 2015

The number of women entering religious orders in England and Wales has reached a 25-year high, according to new figures. Forty-five women chose to pursue their vocations last year, the highest number since the 1980s.

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Pope Francis: Vocations are About Quality, Not Quantity
Last edited 14th April 2015

Well-formed vocations are more important than numerous vocations Pope Francis said in address to religious formators on Saturday at the Vatican. “There is not a vocations crisis where there are consecrated people able to transmit the beauty of consecration with their own witness,” the pontiff said, according to Vatican Radio's translation.

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“Our Work is to Pray, So We Pray for the World” - Sister Therese (Benedictine Sister from Jamberoo Abbey)
Last edited 10th April 2015

When visitors enter the Jamberoo Abbey church, located in southern New South Wales, the first thing to strike them is the stunning backdrop of full-length glass windows behind the altar and tabernacle, bringing the beauty of God’s creation right into the heart of the church and allowing all who worship there to turn their prayer outward, for the world. The impact of the windows is no accident, according to the Abbey’s guest mistress, Sister Therese, but is an integral part of the church’s original design. “We are Benedictines and our work is to pray, so we pray for the world,” she says.

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Who's Entering Religious Life These Days?
Last edited 28th January 2015

U.S. Catholics are being encouraged to get to know local religious communities, as a new study offers insight into the potential impact of vocational programs, Catholic schools, and encouragement in discerning.

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Sisters Work on Shoestring in Sierra Leone against Ebola
Last edited 5th November 2014

The Catholic sisters trying to combat Ebola in Sierra Leone continue to be courageous in the face of the current adversity and work in circumstances that would defeat most people.

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Christ Week at Sydney University was the Spark Leading to Sr. Mary Michael's Vocation
Last edited 26th October 2014

Simone Smith, originally from the Blue Mountains, is now known as Sr Mary Michael of the Cross after making her first profession of vows on September 14 in Hobart. Sr Mary Michael of the Cross is one of five women in a new community of religious sisters called the Sisters of the Immaculata, which Archbishop Julian Porteous has made a public association of Christ's faithful within the Archdiocese of Hobart.

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How a Reproductive Health Pioneer Became an 'Instant Convert' Reading Humanae Vitae
Last edited 23rd October 2014

As founders of an institute studying reproductive healthcare, Thomas and Susan Hilgers have seen the benefits that natural family planning can offer in the realms of health, sexuality and human relationships.

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40 Hours of Prayer for Vocations in Sydney Starts Tonight!
Last edited 14th October 2014

Catholics of all ages from around Sydney are expected to participate in this year's 40 Hours for Vocations at the Seminary of the Good Shepherd, Homebush. Now in its fouth year of what has become an annual tradition, the prayer-filled weekend involves 40 Hours of Adoration to pray for all men and women discerning vocations to marriage, the priesthood or religious life.

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I Never Want to be a Priest.
Last edited 6th October 2014

“Do you want to be a priest” isn’t just a question that was asked because I was woman studying theology. I think it comes from a deeper place, I think people are genuinely curious why the Catholic Church teaches that the priesthood is reserved to men. And let’s be honest, some people aren’t just curious about it, they are angry about it.

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