Wonderful! We will be praying for her discernment and for her JOY in living this vocation!
Sisters, I just found your blog, and I am now an enthusiastic follower. Your order seems just wonderful, and surfing your site just now was a pleasure. I too congratulate your lucky new postulant. God did not call me to the life, but I have always loved and admired most the cloistered orders, and the sisters who live in constant prayer to God for His glory and for all of us who need prayer so badly.I once read a description of enclosed orders that I thought was so perfect. It said enclosure was not to keep you in, but to keep the world out so your special work could be unencumbered. It compared the cloister to an electrical power house of prayer, where fences and walls are used to protect the power that gives light to us all. Isn't that wonderful?I just started a Catholic blog of my own, and I hope to find others with whom I can share thoughts about the Faith. It's called Journey of a 21st Century Catholic, https://www.catholicbrainwork.blogspot.com. You are now on my favorite blog list! God bless you.
Good day Sisters,I am a blogger and I blogged about my visit to one of your convents in Tagaytay. Here is the link to the blog: http://theparadoxicleyline.blogspot.com/2011/09/visit-to-pink-sisters-convent-tagaytay.htmlA commenter to the blog post asked a question about the requirements on being a Pink Sister. I already made a reply but I am not sure of my answer. Can you provide a list of requirements?I want to share it on my readers who are discerning to have religious vocation. Thank you very much for your help.
I WILL BE PRAYING HER ALL THE WAY FROM CORPUS CHRISTI TX. YOU ARE ALL AN INSPIRATION!!
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