CVPC #21 – “To contemplate and to give to others the fruits of our contemplation”

Affectionately known as the “Nashville Dominicans”, the Dominican Sisters of Saint Cecilia Congregation has been serving the Church in the Nashville area for over 145 years. In this episode Marc sits down with Sister Mary Emily and Sister Cecilia Joseph and learns much about what it means to be a Dominican Sister of Saint Cecilia.

Prayer for Vocations

Heavenly Father, bless your Church with an abundance of holy and zealous priests, deacons, brothers and sisters.

Give those you have called to the married state and those you have chosen to live as single persons in the world, the special graces that their lives require.

Form us all in the likeness of your Son so that in him, with him and through him we may love you more deeply and serve you more faithfully, always and everywhere. With Mary we ask this through Christ our Lord.

Amen.

LINKS
Congregation of St. Cecilia and the Dominican Order
Soccer player turns in cleats for collar
Fishers of Men Rosary
New vocations director taking God’s call to new places
Rockford diocese defying national statistics
And a special thanks to “thoughtwrong” from mypleeps.com for the intro.  If you’re on Plurk, follw him and check out his website. Lots of cool tips and tricks for Plurk.

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2 Responses to CVPC #21 – “To contemplate and to give to others the fruits of our contemplation”

  1. I have really enjoyed the programs with the Dominican sisters. It is wonderful to hear their community is thriving.

    Peace,
    Jan

  2. Tyler Moseley says:

    Great interview Marc! I also listen to Joe McClain’s podcast, and I know he talks a lot about leaving Itunes reviews. I’d like to leave one for his and yours, but I don’t have an account. Do you know if one is required to leave a review (I would imagine so)?By the way, I didn’t know yo had a facebook! I’ll have to add you!

    God Bless :)

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