E15: A Call To Religious Vocation - Part 2 (With Sr. Rita D'Souza)
About the episode
Consecrated life, Vocation, Mission, Charisms, Evangelization… we’re talking about all of this and a whole lot more on this two-part series with Sr. Rita D’Souza. If you have been discerning a call to religious life for yourself or your loved ones, tune into this podcast episode as Sr. Rita draws from her own vocation journey, clearing out common misconceptions and offering some great insights, while reflecting through the teachings of the Catholic faith.
ABOUT THE GUEST:
Sister Rita D’Souza has been serving in the Catholic Charismatic Renewal Movement since the tender age of 19. She received a call to religious vocation in 1985 and joined ‘Disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ’, a Franciscan Charismatic Religious Community in the United States. Sister Rita’s raw passion for the Word of God and her heart for evangelization, unfolds through her teachings, where she captures beautiful stories bringing her listeners to an encounter with Jesus, the Light of the World.
What struck you most about the episode?
How do you pursue living a virtuous life?
What can you learn from the life of religious sisters?
There is supernatural Grace bestowed through the Sacraments.
Silence – both interior and exterior, are necessary to drown out the noise of the world and plug into discernment.
“I was not God’s first choice, I was not God’s second choice and perhaps I was not God’s third choice but I was WILLING!” – Kathryn Kuhlman