Religious Life Vocation Opportunities

Assumption Abbey of Richardton, ND - Benedictine priests and brothers:  It's almost inevitable that a monk living a quiet life becomes a quiet man. Calm seeps into the soul and prayer becomes as regular as breathing. (701) 974-3315

Benedictine Nuns - A small community of Benedictine Nuns who try to seek God in this “school of the Lord’s service” known as St. Emma Monastery. 724-834-3060 

Conception Abbey - Ministering in Christ-like service to all people through the Abbey Center for Prayer and Ministry, the Printery House and parishes, hospitals and convents. (660) 944-3100

Daughters of Divine Charity - We strive to become a source of hope, a credible, visible sign of God’s goodness through: education, parish ministry, and residences for young women and the elderly. 718-720-7365

Daughters of Wisdom - An international congregation of Catholic Women Religious committed to seeking wisdom and promoting justice. Bringing the message of Jesus, Incarnate Wisdom, to people experiencing injustice, violence, poverty and oppression, especially women and children. (631) 277-2660

Holy Spirit Missionary Sisters – Techny IL An international religious community rooted in Trinitarian Spirituality. In dialogue with peoples of diverse cultures we are called by the Spirit, embracing the world. (847) 441-0126 x704

Marist Fathers - A community of believers with one mind and one heart determined to fulfill Mary's desire to be through them a support for the Church today. (770) 458-1435

Mepkin Abbey - Focused on seeking and finding God in community where we “are of one heart and soul and everything is held in common” (Acts 4:32-33) 843-761-8509

Passionist Nuns of Erlanger, Kentucky - Consecrated to the Passion and Death of Jesus, the Passionist Nuns keep alive the memory of God’s redemptive love through prayer, poverty and community. They proclaim the hope that this greatest work of God’s love brings to a suffering world. 859-371-8568

Pauline Fathers Monastery, PA - The essences of a Pauline Life are contemplation of God in solitude, liturgical prayer, apostolic activity, and devotion to the Blessed Mother (Our Lady of Czestochowa). If interested contact Director of Vocations. Email: vocations@czestochowa.us

Priests of the Sacred Heart - Priests and brothers called to live, pray and work together, sharing the love of the Sacred Heart in our lives and ministry. 800-609-5559

Sisters of the Precious Blood of Dayton, Ohio - A vibrant community of over 175 years seeking a deeper understanding of God’s love through adoration, celebration, service and Eucharistic prayer. 937-837-3302

The Assumptionists – Men of prayer and study. We teach, preach and foster education in all its forms. Call or text: 508-215-9541

The Poor Clares of Montana - A community of Franciscan Contemplative sisters dedicated to prayer for you, your loved ones, and the whole world! 406-453-7891

What does God want you to do with your life?

As Saint Pope John Paul II said, "Every life is a vocation, and every believer is invited to cooperate in building up the Church." Whether you're a young adult making educational choices, or an older individual looking for a new path, the organizations on this page can help you discover your personal mission.
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