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Sunday, November 21, 2010

YouTube - Joscelyn's True Vocation

My daughter entered the Poor Clares cloistered Monastic community on Friday.
this video was made by a dear friend at her going away party at church the Sunday before.

YouTube - Joscelyn's True Vocation

Wednesday, October 27, 2010


Dear Readers,

Rejoice with me! I received an e-mail in early August accepting me into the monastery. I will be entering November 19th, on the feast of St. Agnes of Assisi. The past months have been spent in dispersing my belongings and preparing to leave, as well as witnessing, to the best of my ability, to this wonderful gift God has given me. I am overjoyed and at peace with this decision, and I hope that God will bless myself and others through my poor efforts.

As mentioned in my last post, I will leave my writings available to you, so that you may read them at your convenience. I wish to thank all those who read my blog, and share it with others, and I hope that God will bless you with wisdom and virtue as you follow your own vocations. I hope that you will pray for me, as I will continue to pray for all who read my work.

Peace in Jesus,

Sunday, July 11, 2010


Dear Readers,

I am writing to say that as of July 11th, I will not be posting here anymore. There is still much I would like to tell you, but my responsibilities have increased and the time I spend writing is time that should be spent in prayer, study, or rest. I will leave my blog here for you, in the hope that you will continue to read and enjoy past posts that I have written.

I want to thank you all, especially those who have been here a long while and have supported my blog with their comments and kind reviews. I never imagined my work would bring such blessings in so short a time, but it has, and for this I am very thankful. I pray for my readers daily, especially those who are discerning religious vocations, and will continue to do so.

I ask also for all of your prayers as I continue my discernment. It is not final when I will be entering the monastery, it may be only a few short months, or it may be a little longer. In the case of the latter, I may visit my blog again and post something new before then. I am very happy and content with this precious vocation God has given me, and hope that He will give many graces to all of you through my efforts.

I have not been writing very long, and I know that I leave much to be desired. It has taken long hours of prayer and thought for me to come to the decision not to continue posting, and I hope all of you will understand. God bless all of you, and may the peace of Christ be with you always.

In Jesus,