Sisters of Saint Mary of Namur
Sisters of Saint Mary of Namur Vocation Chat.
Sisters of the Incarnate Word and Blessed Sacrament
A Love that Never Says Enough of the Sisters of the Incarnate Word and Blessed Sacrament.
Society of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity
NunEssential is the blog of the Society of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity.
Holy Spirit Missionary Sisters
The Holy Spirit Missionary Sisters host the SSpSWorld Blog.
Missionary Servants of the Most Blessed Trinity
Life at Trinita - "A Catholic mission in rural Connecticut since 1923: find out what the Missionary Servants are up to"
Unpacking My Suitcase is the blog of Sister Brenda Hermann, M.S.B.T.
Sisters of the Gospel of Life
Glasgow, Scotland's Sisters Roseann, Amanda, and Andrea have a community blog, Sisters of the Gospel of Life.
Marianist Sister Nicole Trahan blogs at The Life of a New Sister.
Sisters of Bon Secours
Vocation Information from Sister Pat Dowling and the Sisters of Bon Secours.
The Visitation Sisters of the Visitation Monastery of Minneapolis, who are "living the monastic way in the inner city," also blog.
The Sisters of the Visitation of Georgetown in Washington D.C. host the Live + Jesus! blog, "monastic musings in the tradition of Saint Francis de Sales and Saint Jane de Chantal."
Cybernun, Embracing God's world
Unable to Grasp God's Essence offers photography as a way to praise the God of the seen and the unseen, "God who is the Good, the True, the Beautiful."
Contemplative Horizon is the blog of Sister Hildegard Pleva, O.Ss.R. of the Redemptoristine Nuns, Mother of Perpetual Help Monastery, Esopus, New York.
The Benedictine Sisters of St. Scholastica Monastery in Duluth, Minnesota have a number of bloggers: Sister Lisa Maurer; Sister Jeanne Ann Weber; Sister Ann Marie Wainright; and Sister Mary Carla Flood.
The Sisters of Saint Benedict's Monastery, St. Joseph, Minnesota.
Sister Elisabeth Meadows, O.S.B. of the Benedictine Sisters of Cullman, Alabama blogs at Living the Tradition: A Benedictine Blog.
"Listen with the ear of your heart" (i.e., listen deeply), the Rule of St. Benedict says. The Benedictine Sisters of Florida, Holy Name Monastery, St. Leo, Florida, help you do just that on their blog of the same name.
Sister Laurel M. O'Neal, a diocesan hermit in the Camoldolese Benedictine monastic tradition, blogs at Notes from Stillsong Hermitage.
From the Benedictine Sisters of Erie: Light through Stained-Glass Windows.
Sister Jennifer Mechtild Horner, O.S.B., vocation director for the Sisters of St. Benedict in Beech Grove, Indiana, has a blog: Sisters of Grace.
On the Catholic Benedictine Sisters Discernment Blog the Benedictine Sisters of St. Mary Monastery, Rock Island, Ill., blog with inquirers discerning their religious calling to monastic life. Also, from Rock Island Benedictine Sister Stefanie MacDonald, O.S.B. is Sr. Stefanie's ABCs: a Catholic preschool teacher's tips.
Sister Kim's Question and Answer Forum from the Mother of God Monastery of the Watertown, South Dakota.
Sister Suzanne Fitzmaurice, O.S.B., a Benedictine from Mount St. Scholastica Monastery, Atchison, Kansas, currently works as her community's Vocation Director and blogs at Nun Like Us. Also from the Atchison Benedictine sisters is the blog of Sister Diana Seago, her community's network administrator: Nunbytes: Days in the life of a nun who is also a nerd!.
Life at the Monastery of St. Gertrude is a glimpse into life at the monastery in Cottonwood, Idaho.
The Benedictine Sisters of Sacred Heart Monastery in Richardton, North Dakota host a Sister's Blog.
The Sisters' blog of the Sisters of St. Benedict of Ferdinand, Indiana.
The vocation center of the Benedictine sisters of St. Scholastica Monastery in Fort Smith, Arkansas offers weekly online chat. Paths Without Obstacles Lead Nowhere, also from St. Scholastica and Sister Kimberly Prohaska, O.S.B., "is a page for those who are looking at religious life possibilities."
The Missionary Benedictine Sisters of Norfolk, Nebraska have a blog for those considering a religious vocation.
iBenedictines, Holy Trinity Monastery, East Hendred, a monastery of Roman Catholic Benedictine nuns in the Vale of White Horse, Oxfordshire, England.
The Benedictine sisters of Saint Mary's Abbey, Colwich, England offer the Colwich Novitiate blog, "a glimpse into the life of a Benedictine novitiate."
From the Benedictine Sisters of Perpetual Adoration in Clyde, Missouri: Sr. Ruth Starman, O.S.B.’s vocation blog is at whomeasister.blogspot.com; Sister Lynn Marie blogs about her community's life at Day by Day.
The Abbey of Saint Walburga, a community of Benedictine sisters in Virginia Dale, Colorado, has a blog at http://stwalburga.blogspot.com/. Also from Saint Walburga is Sister Genevieve Glen, O.S.B.'s Take with You Words: Reflections on scripture, liturgy and literature read through Benedictine eyes.
Marilyn Schauble, O.S.B., the oblate director for the Mount Saint Benedict Monastery-Community of Benedictine Women in Erie, Pennsylvania blogs at Living the Zeal of Benedict.
The Benedictine Sisters of Saint Joseph Monastery in Tulsa, Oklahoma blog at Benedictine Presence: A Vision of Peace.
From Queen of Angels Monastery in Mt. Angel, Oregon, comes Seeking God - A Benedictine Blog.
Also from Queen of Angels Monastery are Sister Hilda Kleiman, O.S.B.'s The Book of the Battle Maiden and Sister Jeanette von Herrmann, O.S.B.'s Ponderings: A Benedictine Blog Reflections on Life.
SisterBloggers lists almost 50 blogs by "Catholic sisters, Episcopal sisters, women in formation, those discerning a religious vocation, and others who want to join the conversation. This community is meant to be a respectful and welcome place for all sisters and others who find themselves on a journey with God and would like to join the conversation."
Sister Judith blogs at Hope-full Signs.
Lisa blogs at From Where I Write.
Sisters of Providence
Are You Hearing God’s Call? is written by sisters in initial formation with the Sisters of Providence
God's Providence is a spot about discernment, prayer, God, and other related topics. There's also God's Providence: A site for women interested in talking about vocation.
The Sisters of Providence blog, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, Indiana.
Mission Helpers of the Sacred Heart
From The Heart is the blog of the Mission Helpers of the Sacred Heart.
Franciscan Life, from Sister Ann Marie Slavin, O.S.F. of the Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia.
Messy Jesus Business is a blog by Franciscan Sister of Perpetual Adoration Julia Walsh. Adding her voice-her personal reflections-to the reality of gospel living, Sister Julia contemplates the gospel and invites her readers to "challenge the ways of the world." From time to time Sister Julia will invite guest bloggers to add their voices to the messiness of this Jesus Business. Be sure to subscribe so you never miss a post.
The blog of the Franciscan Sisters of Chicago.
Mapping the Mystery is a blog by the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration vocation co-director and affiliate Emily Dawson. Emily will share personal stories and offer reflections on discernment. Some entries will pertain directly to discerning a religious vocation and others will focus on simply discerning life's daily choices. Also from the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration: FSPA for Justice and Peace.
The School Sisters of St. Francis, Panhandle, Texas have a blog.
The Poor Clares of Perpetual Adoration of Our Lady of Solitude Monastery in Phoenix, Arizona blog at Nun News and Building Blogs.
Franciscan Footprints is the blog of the Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis, East Peoria, Illinois.
Living Franciscan, the blog of the Franciscan Sisters of Little Falls, Minnesota, is "a glimpse of the compassion, spirituality, interconnectedness, and goodness of living Franciscan."
The Sisters of St. Francis of the Martyr St. George blog at 1 Franciscan Way.
Franciscan Life is Sister of St. Francis of Philadelphia Ann Marie's blog which "describes my life as a Sister of St. Francis, talks about some of my interests, and shares views on justice issues."
Sister Patricia Novak, O.S.F., is vocation director for the Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia and blogs from Portland, Oregon at Nun Other Than a Franciscan Sister.
Sister Laura's Blog, Sisters of St. Francis of the Neumann Communities.
The vocation blog of the the School Sisters of St. Francis.
From Marbury's Hilltop is the blog of the Dominican Monastery of St. Jude, Marbury, Alabama, a cloistered community whose work is the Perpetual Rosary and Perpetual Adoration.
Sister Lori K's Blog comes from the Dominican Sister of Springfield, Illinois.
OPReach is "A Dominican blog about preaching and vocations and sisters and nuns" by Sister Pat Farrell, O.P., a Dominican Sister of San Rafael, California.
Sister Pen L, O.P.: the blog of the "nun-official penguin of the Dominican Sisters of San Rafael."
The Dominican Sisters of Blauvelt have a blog.
Sister Linda's BLOG of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Northwestern Pennsylvania.
Little Design is the blog of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet in St. Louis.
Sister Sandy Yost, C.S.J., a Sister of St. Joseph of Baden, Pennsylvania whose ministry is teaching engineering at the University of Detroit Mercy, has a blog, NUNSUCH: The adventures of a techie nun.
Musings of a Discerning Woman is the blog of Sister Susan Rose Francois, C.S.J.P., a novice sister with the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace.
Susan Dewitt, a Sister of St. Joseph of Peace, blogs about living in El Salvador as coordinator for PazSalud, a health volunteer mission, at La Paz de Susan.
Sister Paula Vaghi, C.S.J. of the Sisters of Saint Joseph blogs at Spirit Sketches.
Choose Life is the blog of Famed Sister of St. Joseph of Medaille Helen Prejean, C.S.J.
Sister Jeanne Gamache of the Sisters of St. Joseph blogs at Sister Act 3.
Blog with Sister Joanne Gallagher, C.S.J. at A Sister of St. Joseph's Blog and learn more about being a Sisters of St. Joseph in today's world.
Sister Jenn Grauss of the Sisters of Saint Joseph blogs at CSJ Namaste.
Sister Amy Hereford, C.S.J. is studying at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Belgium and blogging at http://amycsj.blogspot.com/.
The blog of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Springfield.
Sisters of Charity
Each Day Counts is a blog by Sister Janet Gildea that reflects on the gift of life and the mystery of God's breaking through in our everyday experiences. Sister Janet is the formation director for the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati and writes from Casa de Caridad, the S.C. formation community at the U.S.-Mexico border.
You can follow Sister Nancy Gerth, S.C.N., vocation director for the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, Kentucky, at sister nancy's omg blog.
Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary
A Nun's Life is Sister Julie Vieira, I.H.M.'s blog about "Catholic Sisters and Nuns in Today's World."
IHM Calling is the blog of the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Monroe, Michigan.
Ashley Kleist of the Salesian Sisters writes from Out of the Depths.
Sister Colleen Clair, F.M.A. of the Salesian Sisters of Saint John Bosco blogs at Happynun tells all . . . A Sister Speaks!
Living Scripture: The Word Became Flesh . . . How Does The Word Come To Life In You? is the blog of Sister Mary Terzo, F.M.A. of the Salesian Sisters of Saint John Bosco.
Little Company of Mary
The LCM Blog of the Little Company of Mary of the Irish Province.
Sisters of Our Lady Immaculate
The Daughters of St. Joseph, Port Hood, Nova Scotia have a Daughters of St. Joseph, Port Hood Blog. The Daughters are a group for girls ages 9-17 (younger may join if requested) founded by the Sisters of Our Lady Immaculate who wanted to form a group for girls to help them grow in their faith, have fun together, and serve in the church and community and who take Saint Joseph as a spiritual father.
Sisters of Mercy
Sarah Foster, R.S.M. blogs at A comfortable cup of tea.
The Sisters of Mercy of the Americas are blogging at Connect with Mercy, sharing with the public their personal experience of prayer, ministry, and community.
Holy Names of Jesus and Mary
Untamed Grace is the blog of Sister Crystal Clark of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary, "Sharings, aspirations and folly . . . Lassoing foolishness, wearing it like it's never going out of style and loving the Spirit."
Sister Cathy, a Sister of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary, blogs at sistercathy.typepad.com/weblog/2007/01/index.html.
In the Shadow of His Wings is the blog of the Passionist Nuns of Saint Joseph Monastery, Whitesville, Kentucky.
The Passionist Nuns Retreat House and Monastery, Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania, has a blog.
Daughters of St. Paul
Keep up with the blogs of the Daughters of St. Paul, including Nun Blog by Sister Anne; Sacred Stillness by Sister Sharon Anne Legere; Let Christ Be Formed in Me!, the postulants' blog; Sister Rose Pacatte Goes to the Movies; Sister Julia Darrenkamp's Best Catholic Books; "Open wide the doors to Christ!" from Sister Marianne Lorraine Trouve; Sister Mary Peter Martin's P R Woman for Christ: A Catholic woman religious shares her daily life; "The media are windows to the soul of humanity . . . ." says Sister Marie Paul Curley on her WindowstotheSoulBlog, which explores the spirituality of Catholic media artists; Sister Jocelyn Veritas says of her bilingual blog Chi ci separerà dall'amore di Cristo?/Who can separate us from the love of Christ?: "As for me and my blog, we will serve the LORD!"; and don't miss Hell Burns, "The Media Literacy, Philosophy & Theology of the Body Journal of Sr. Helena Burns, Media Nun."
Also from Pauline Books & Media is Catholic News and Views, "A Weblog of Catholic Perspectives on Current Issues, Religion, and Ministry; Pauline Books & Media, Redwood City, CA has postings from one of the 15 Catholic Book & Media Centers owned and operated by the U.S./Toronto Province of the Daughters of St. Paul; and the lay Association of Pauline Cooperators is called to live the Pauline charism wherever they are and share the spirit and mission of the whole Pauline family.
The Cistercian Nuns of Mount Saint Mary's in Wrentham, Massachusetts have a community blog.
Cistercian Vocation is a blog from Saint Mary's Abbey, Glencairn, Ireland, dedicated to "thoughts to help or interest those discerning vocation to monastic life."
Cistercian Sister Macrina Walker's A vow of conversation.
Daughters of Charity
Daughters of Charity Sister Anne Higgins, D.C. blogs at Scattered Showers in a Clear Sky.
Spirit of the Daughters of Charity is the blog of Sister Denise LaRock.
Society of the Sacred Heart
On Reflections of an RSCJ Society of the Sacred Heart Sister Helen Rosenthal, R.S.C.J. offers "Daily reflections for prayer, growth in the spiritual life, and good prayer sources" as well as a list of spiritual books.
Communitas et Caritas (Community and Love): The unexpected twists and turns of becoming a nun is the blog of Juliet Mousseau of the Religious of the Sacred Heart.
Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary
The blog of the Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Sisters of St. Francis of the Martyr St. George
1 Franciscan Way.
Fr. Kolbe Missionaries of the Immaculata
Fr. Kolbe Missionaries of the Immaculata.
Holy Family Sisters
The Sisters of the Holy Family's Web Log.
Sisters of St. Agnes
Sister Jean Hinderer of the Sisters of St. Agnes in Fond du Lac, WI blogs at Streams ‘N Stirrings.
Apostles of the Sacred Heart
"Support Sr. Katie's Habit: My journey as an Apostle of the Sacred Heart of Jesus."
Sisters of Notre Dame
The Sisters of Notre Dame, Chardon Province, offer Catholic Faith Corner: Understanding, Teaching, and Living the Faith; by Sr. Kathleen Glavich, S.N.D.; Sunflower Seeds: Celebrating Everyday Spirituality by Sr. Melannie Svoboda, S.N.D..; Living Justly: Justice, Peace, and Integrity of Creation by Sr. Kathleen Ryan, S.N.D.; Prayer Poems: Poetic Reflections for Sundays and Feastdays by Sr. Juliemarie McDonald, S.N.D; Catholic Web Solutions: Serving Catholic Organizations and Religious Communities by Sr. Susan Wolf, S.N.D.; and Grace to Paint: Daily Oil Paintings by Sr. Maresa Lilley, S.N.D.
The blog of the Society of Helpers.
Backlit With Joy is the vocation blog of the Ursulines of the Roman Union, United States provinces.
Windows on Ursuline Life is the blog of the Ursuline Sisters of the Eastern Province.
On The Journey, Sister Martha Keller, director of vocation ministry for the Ursuline Sisters of Mount Saint Joseph, shares her daily encounters on the journey with Saint Angela.
By Love Alone from Emily Byers, the youngest consecrated virgin in the U.S.
Sponsa Christi . . . a young consecrated virgin reflects on her vocation.
PRIESTS AND BROTHERS
The blog of the Abbey of New Clairvaux, Vina, CA.
Brothers of the Sacred Heart
Brother of the Sacred Heart Patrick Cousins (B.P. to his students) shares about life, being young in religious life today, and things theological that strike his fancy on Brother Patrick's Blog.
Missionaries of the Sacred Heart
The Missionaries of the Sacred Heart host several blogs:
Living Faith is designed both to explain some aspects of Catholicism as well as encourage discussion about the relationship of faith and God to daily life. Living Faith is written by Father David Foxen, M.S.C., who is fluent in Spanish and is currently serving as parochial vicar to the parishes of Our Lady of Solitude and Our Lady of Guadalupe in Palm Springs, California. Living Faith's sister blog is Fe Viviente.
Ametur aims to spread the Spirituality of the Heart, primarily through Sunday homilies but it also includes several weekday and feastday homilies as well as other reflections. Ametur is written by Father Antony Lazar, M.S.C., a Missionary of the Sacred Heart from India currently working at Holy Family Parish in Nazareth, Pennsylvania. Thanks to his experiences in India, Father Antony frequently references Hinduism in his posts, so readers can come to a better understanding of Catholicism and at the same time help promoting religious tolerance by learning a little about Hinduism.
From Father Stephen Cuyos, M.S.C., Fr. Stephen, MSC.
Jules Chevalier Family + One Family, One Heart! gives updates on the activities of the M.S.C. community in the United States and the world.
Holy Cross Vocations of Congregation of Holy Cross, United States Province. The Brothers' Blog is a place for "reflections, inspirations, ideas, and rants of the Holy Cross Brothers."Holy Cross Vocations of Congregation of Holy Cross, United States Province.
Be A Franciscan: News and views from the Franciscan Vocation Ministry of Holy Name Province.
The Franciscan Friars, T.O.R., Province of the Immaculate Conception, offer Spiritual Reflections and News from the Franciscan Friars, TOR.
From the Province of the Immaculate Conception Order of Friars Minor: An Ambassador for Christ, the blog of Father Christopher Gaffrey, O.F.M.; My World, the blog of Friar Philip Pacheco; ALVIN, from Friar Alvin Te; A Friar's Life, the blog of Friar Tom Washburn.
From the Capuchins: The Midwest Capuchins: The Vocation Blog & Online Presence of the Capuchins of the St. Joseph Province. Also: the blog of Capuchin Franciscan Province of St. Joseph.
On Father Don's Vocation Blog Franciscan Father Don Miller of the Province of St. John the Baptist of the Order of Friars Minor shares his views and observations about travel and vocation experiences. He welcomes your comments and reflections in this informal and he hopes thought-provoking-conversation.
Brother George Van Grieken, director of vocation ministry for the District of San Francisco of the De La Salle Christian Brothers, blogs at Lasallian Ruminations.
On Life of a Novice Juan Ruiz S.J., writes about his experiences as a Jesuit novice.
Life of a Novice is Juan Ruiz's "simple chronicle of the experiences of a Jesuit novice during the first two years of his formation."
GODsTALKed~Pursuits of a Hyphenated Priest from Father Mark Mossa, S.J.
Joe Koczera, S.J. blogs at The City and the World.
The blog of Subiaco Abbey, Subiaco, Arkansas.
St. Vincent Archabbey Vocations Blog, Latrobe, Pennsylvania.
The Monk's Blog of St. Mary's Abbey, Morristown, New Jersey.
Saint John's Abbey Vocations, Collegeville, Minnesota.
St. Bernard Abbey Vocations Blog, Cullman, Alabama.
Prior Peter Funk, O.S.B. of the Benedictine Monastery of the Holy Cross on Chicago's South Side writes the Prior's blog.
The Blogging Brother of the Anglo Irish Province of the Presentation Brothers.
The student-brothers of the English Dominican province blog at Godzdogz.
The blog of the Dominican Central Province.
Catholic Global Mission Today is the blog of the Xaverian Missionaries USA.
Priests of the Sacred Heart
The Priests of the Sacred Heart offer Walk with us! Reflections from SCJs and friends.
Father Paul's Blog.
The Norbertines maintain several blogs.
Father Bob Rossi, C.S.C., of the Canons Regular of the Order of the Holy Cross (the Crosiers) offers RegularCanonFire, "reflections on the Gospel and on Religious Life to provoke thought and deepen commitment."
Society of Mary
Into the Deep: The Vocation Blog of the Province of Meribah of the priests and brothers of the Society of Mary.
The Society of Saint Joseph of the Sacred Heart
Deacon Timothy Tilghman, of the Society of Saint Joseph of the Sacred Heart, runs the Mission Director's Blog.
Society of the Divine Word
Divine Word College's Explore Your Call.
Discalced Carmelite Friars
Fr. Michael Berry, O.C.D. vocation director for the Discalced Carmelite Friars, Washington Province, keeps a blog called The Discalced Carmel - Called to the Royal Road of Prayer.
Congregation of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary
Sacred Heartbeat is the blog of the Congregation of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary.
Go where God needs you is the blog of the Edmundites.
On the Way: Insights & Reflections on the Augustinian Way of Life is the blog of Augustinian Vocations.
Paulist Fathers' seminarian Tom Gibbons has a blog: "Kicking and Screaming."
No Place Like Home: A blog of the Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas
The vocation office of the Diocese of Columbus, Ohio hosts a website for vocations to the diocesan priesthood, seekholiness.
Father Kyle Schnippel, director of vocations for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, blogs at Called by Name.