The Synod on Young People, the Faith and Vocational Discernment is a wonderful opportunity to watch discernment in action, as over 350 bishops, consultants and young people gather to:
In many ways the Synod is a unique opportunity to witness community discernment in action--a huge effort on the part of the Church, as there are about 375 participants/auditors at the Synod, from all over the world.
We are only about 1/3 of the way through the Synod. (It runs from Oct. 3-28.) If you haven’t been following it, you may find that the Synod offers insights that are helpful for anyone discerning how God might be calling them to serve, as the Synod highlights the needs of humanity across the globe. Below are my favorite sources for following the Synod. (If you are already following the Synod, please share below in the comments how you are following it, and what has impressed you!)
The Daughters of St. Paul: A presence of hope in today's world, is a digital magazine that gives you all the quick facts about us in image and words: who we are, our spirituality, our mission, plus interviews with four sisters who share what inspires them in their vocation, how they discerned, and what Pauline life is like for them now.
if you want to talk to a sister about your vocation discernment.
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