A Vocation is a Gift

This vocation is a gift from God, an invitation to follow Jesus more closely. As you discern your vocation be open to the inspirations of the Holy Spirit and pray for guidance. We pray for you daily that you may know God’s Will and have the courage to respond to His invitation.





Helpful Resources

Spend time in adoration before Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament

Pray the rosary with the intention of seeking God’s will

Talk to a priest or religious who can help guide you

Visit this link to the Vocation Match

Visit this link to For Your Vocation

Visit this link to the Council of Major Superiors of Women Religious

God Speaks in Whispers

God speaks to souls in many ways. Sometimes He uses spectacular means as in His call of Abraham and Moses. More often, however, Jesus calls a soul to His special service by ordinary means, for example a religious ceremony, a book, a word of a friend or family member.

Discernment Retreats
We invite women ages 18-30 to take time to listen to His voice as they discern their vocation to Religious Life. These retreats are held at the Holy Family Novitiate in Baltic, CT. This prayerful opportunity will provide a firsthand experience living with the Sisters. 

Retreat Date for 2018

September 21-23 Register Here 


Discernment Retreats Include

Holy Mass and Confession
Eucharistic adoration
Communal Liturgy of the Hours and rosary
Time for personal prayer and prayer with the Sisters
Conferences offered by Sisters
Time for sharing with others


The retreat was amazing! I found the time for prayer and adoration very helpful because it gave me time to just listen to God. I also found it helpful that we got to talk privately with one of the Sisters. I had a blast spending time with the girls and the Sisters. It was great to know that I'm not the only one discerning.  I loved it!

Contact Information

We will be happy to answer your questions about Share-A-Days, visits to the Novitiate and retreats. vocations@sistersofcharity.com

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