#18 – The Mission of the Faithful and What is a “Frobot”?

This week we continue to look at vocations within the Church with an interview of Sr. Anne Delores of the Sisters of Saint John the Baptist about her community and the role of the religious sister. More information about the Sisters of Saint John the Baptist can be found on their website and be sure to look at the vocational video from Grassroots Films. [Just click on the “projects” button on the site and then the button for the Sisters of Saint John the Baptist] – it’s a great video.

I also say a few words about the upcoming Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. The materials for Catholic participation in this week can be found at the Vatican website here.

Our song – Rainfall is by Hungry Lucy and is available through the Podsafe Music Network.

Our promos for this episode were for the Disciples With Microphones and for the Christus Vincit podcast.

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The Mission of the Faithful


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