Interview a priest, sister, or brother
- Why did you become a priest, sister, or brother?
- When and how did you receive your call to become a priest, sister, or brother?
- What attracted you to your order?
- What do you like about this lifestyle?
- What advice would you give to a young person who is considering religious life?
- What is a typical day like for you?
- What role do you play in your community?
- What are your hobbies and interests?
- Do you ever get lonely? Do you wish you could be married and have children?
- What is one thing you dream of doing someday?
Schedule a time to meet with someone in religious life: a Catholic brother, sister, or priest. Ask the questions above as well as any others that come to mind during the conversation. After the interview, write a short article about the person.
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