by Sr. Amy Hereford
We are joining several other communities of religious women in the St. Louis area for a Convent Crawl. A Convent Crawl is an opportunity for single women ages 18 – 40 to visit with Catholic sisters in their houses and convents in mid-February 2017.
• Discover firsthand how sisters’ communities and ministries are making a positive impact in the world today.
• Join sisters for prayer.
• Get to know sisters and ask them questions.
If you think you might be interested, head on over to the event website:
There, you will find more information about the event along with an itinerary, contact information and a registration page.
When a person is discerning religious life, he or she will take time for prayer and for exploring this call that they are experiencing. It is also important to connect with religious communities to discover more about how communities pray, live and work. A good spiritual director is also a great help for discernment.
This particular event can be helpful if someone would like to get to know several religious communities in a short space of time. If someone is going to enter a community, he or she will want to build a more in depth relationship. This is more like ‘speed dating’. A chance to meet some great communities and some other discerners. A chance to pray and spend time with others who are living the life you are considering.
So check it out! Pass this on to someone who may be discerning! And by all means pray for those leading and participating in this event.