There are many opportunities to create a "culture of vocation" in our homes and churches ...
Teens Encounter Christ (TEC)
Weekend for youth and young adults, high school juniors or older. Participants listen, laugh, sing, reflect, pray, and discuss their lives and relationship with God and others. It is an experience of the Paschal Mystery of Jesus Christ: his life, death and resurrection! Join us!
March 22-24, 2019 | Quad Parish Youth Center, Green Bay
All invited to Eucharistic adoration on first Thursday of every month, 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., starting with Mass | St. John the Baptist Church | 2597 Glendale Ave. | Green Bay, WI 54313
Catholic Youth Expeditions
Catholic Youth Expeditions are scheduled throughout the year.
Franciscan Vocations Discernment Retreats for Young Adult Single Women
March 22 or 29, 2019: Friday Lenten Offering for Young Professionals or
April 19 or 26, 2019: Easter Season Discernment Offering for Young Professionals
Arrive in time for the Sacrament of Reconciliation, Evening Prayer or be at our Wisconsin Motherhouse at 5:30 p.m. for dinner with our Sisters in Initial Formation. A talk on Discernment of Spirits follows next with Stations of the Cross at 7 p.m. There is the option of an overnight stay or even of making a weekend and staying until Sunday.
May 24-26, 2019
Introducing Meditation and Contemplation
Franciscan Sister Jacqueline Spaniola guides single, young adult women through prayer times including how to meditate and how to grow in contemplative prayer. These are essential helps for discernment. Overnight accommodations are available. Commuters are also welcome.
Plan your own visit with us!
Call or text Sister Julie Ann at 920-323-9632 for some days designed just for you.
Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity Motherhouse, 2409 South Alverno Rd, Manitowoc WI 54220.
Sr. Julie Ann, OSF | Call/text (920) 323-9632
Project Elizabeth Dinner for Young Women
Bishop David Ricken invites young women to share a dinner with him and religious sisters from our area and learn more about the vocation to consecrated religious life for women. This opportunity to listen and ask questions is for college-age young women, and older, willing to look at how God is calling them. Sisters from the Diocese are encouraged to invite young women, and to come with them!
Sisters of St. Francis of the Holy Cross (Bay Settlement)
It's a huge question: "How is God calling me to live my life?" We're here to help! Through prayer and conversation, God's call will be revealed to you. Check out these opportunities for discernment:
Tour our Motherhouse and spend some quiet prayer time in our beautiful chapel. It's your option to meet our Sisters, who love serving the Church in the name of Jesus and St. Francis of Assisi. Simplicity, hospitality and joy are the hallmarks of our lives.