An Invisible Monastery to Pray for Vocations
Have you ever heard of the Invisible Monastery? Well, until a month ago I hadn’t either. On this 50th World Day of Prayer for Vocations I thought it a wonderful occasion to tell you about it.
Several weeks ago I received a letter in the mail with a very interesting return address. The sender was “Invisible Monastery”. I was delighted to see it is an endeavor to promote continuous prayer for an increase of priestly and religious vocations founded by our good friend at Vianney Vocations.
I hope you will visit the Invisible Monastery and pledge to pray for vocations. When I registered last week there were less than 5 other persons who had registered in the Diocese of Owensboro. We need more registrants!
Here is a link to today’s message for the World Day of Prayer for Vocations by Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI. A very inspiring meditation written before his retirement.
I dislike writing blog posts without photos – enjoy these photos taken yesterday!
Christie’s precious little garden beside shed
Christie with her great gardening apron and shovel in hand!
Fence repair – fence needed to keep out the deer. Wood and blocks needed to keep out the rabbits and mice. Did you know mice like broccoli leaves?
Sr. Cecilia Maria has big plans for this flower bed.
Last year when we opened the door of this bird house we discovered it was instead an ant house!