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Consecrated Life

Delegate for Consecrated Life

  • Catherine Richie

Consecrated Life is the living of a life dedicated to God by a sacred bond.

The most familiar sacred bond is a vow, but lifelong promises and acts of consecration, made in accord with a charism or with the knowledge and approval of a spiritual director, are also sacred bonds.

The Office of Consecrated Life serves as an advocate for the Religious and Consecrated serving in the Diocese of Savannah.

Discerning a Vocation

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Consecrated Life FAQ

If I think I am called to live a Consecrated Life, how do I start? Talk with someone who is living Consecrated Life. Your pastor or a religious sister you know would be a good place to start. That person may direct you to a vocation minister. If you have a spiritual director, discu...

Discerning a Vocation

We often pray for God’s will to be done in our lives, our families, our church and the world. Every time we pray the Our Father, we ask for God’s will to be done on earth is it is in heaven. We pray for it often, but how do we come to know God’s will?

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