TOOLS FOR DISCERNMENT SOMASCAN FATHERS

TOO MANY CHOICES?

NOT SURE WHICH ROAD TO TAKE? NOT SURE WHERE YOU ARE GOING? Discernment isn't based upon looking for miraculous signs as proof of God's will in a particular direction, but rather an attentive listening to the movements of the Holy Spirit within oneself using his/her God-given faculties of intellect, emotions, will, and spirit.  
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CCRR#78 The Congregation welcomes vocations as a gift of the Lord. She promotes and fosters with care their growth and formation, so that St. Jerome’s charism may develop to the advantage of the Church and the poor. To obtain this grace from the Lord, all our communities and individual religious are to commit themselves to the pastoral care of vocations through prayer to the Lord of the harvest the testimony of joyfully living their vocation in brotherly communion , the proposal of our vocation, and the care of those who are attracted to it.  
The Somascan Fathers continue the legacy of St. Jerome's commitment in serving the poor and taking care of the orphans and abandoned youth
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TOOLS FOR DISCERNMENT SOMASCAN FATHERS

TOO MANY CHOICES?

NOT SURE WHICH ROAD TO TAKE? NOT SURE WHERE YOU ARE GOING? Discernment isn't based upon looking for miraculous signs as proof of God's will in a particular direction, but rather an attentive listening to the movements of the Holy Spirit within oneself using his/her God-given faculties of intellect, emotions, will, and spirit.  
© Copyright of Order of St.Jerome Aemilian,Inc.
Made by RZwebdesign 2015
CCRR#78 The Congregation welcomes vocations as a gift of the Lord. She promotes and fosters with care their growth and formation, so that St. Jerome’s charism may develop to the advantage of the Church and the poor. To obtain this grace from the Lord, all our communities and individual religious are to commit themselves to the pastoral care of vocations through prayer to the Lord of the harvest the testimony of joyfully living their vocation in brotherly communion , the proposal of our vocation, and the care of those who are attracted to it.  
The Somascan Fathers, taking care of orphans and abandoned youth
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