A Discernment Prayer
by Mother Cabrini
I have not always recognized
your loving plans for me.
with the help of your light,
I learn more of your loving care.
Continue to increase
my awareness of the gentleness of
your loving plans.
I want to follow the purpose
for which I was created.
See, I am in your hands.
I need you to help me choose
the best way to serve you.
Walk with me, Jesus.
Stay by my side and guide me!
National Religious Vocations Conference: www.nrvc.net
VISION Vocation Guide: www.digitalvocation.org
United States Conference of Catholic Bishops: www.usccb.org
Let Your Life Speak – Listening for the Voice of Vocation by Parker Palmer
Pay Attention to God by William A. Barry, SJ
Here’s My Heart, Here’s My Hand by William A. Barry, SJ
PRACTICAL CATHOLIC SPIRITUALITY: What Every Catholic Should Know for Such a Time as This
The Fatima Message; Divine Mercy Devotion; Pro Life Agenda; How to get more out of the Mass? and many other important Catholic issues of our day. This easy to read book has received the Imprimatur, so you know that its content is consistent with Catholic teachings.
The author, Sr. Renee Kittelson MSC, was a nurse for 25 years, a prison chaplain and a manager of Cabrini Senior Housing in Seattle. She currently works at the National Shrine of St. Frances Cabrini in Chicago.
To get the book contact Queenship Publisher at www.queenship.org or 800 647 9882.
Discernment Resources recommended by Missionary Sisters:
Why Am I Afraid to Tell You Who I really Am? by Fr. John Powers
Hind Feet in High Places by Hanna Hurnard
Vocations Anonymous by Cathryn Bryant
The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola
Discernment of Spirits by Timothy M. Gallagher
The Ignatian Impulse Series
Affirming the Goodness of Our Deepest Desires by Willi Lambert
In Weakness, Strength: The Life and Missionary Activity of St. Frances X. Cabrini by Segundo Galilea
Praying Our Experiences by Joseph Schmidt
Scripture Study by Richard Rohr