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Religious Communities
 

For Your Vocation
A resource for men and women in discernment, as an aid for promoting a vocation culture within the home, and a range of tools for educators, youth leaders and vocation directors.

School Sisters of Notre Dame
Their ministry is directed toward education. For the School Sisters of Notre Dame that means enabling persons to reach the fullness of their potential as individuals created in God's image and assisting them to direct their gifts toward building the earth.

Mission Helpers of the Sacred Heart
The Mission Helpers strive to respond to the challenging needs of the Church and our World. Ministering to women, men and children on their missions throughout the United States, and in Puerto Rico and Venezuela, the Sisters work to bring God's Word and Love into the lives of the disadvantaged, the economically poor and those in need.

Daughters of St. Paul
The core of our mission is the urgent need to communicate Christ to others. The Daughters of St. Paul are called to enter this culture and bring to it Jesus Christ and his message of love and salvation.

Josephite Fathers and Brothers
Let me tell you a bit about the Josephites, the only male community of religious working exclusively in the African-American community. Then I want to share with you how you can join us to take advantage of the power of prayer.

The Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia
Read about the community life of the Congregation: our daily schedule, monastic practices, customs and traditions. Look within our 'Sister Profiles' to get a glimpse of the depth and diversity of our sisters.