Vocations / Links
Index to Cistercian sites online
One of the most fruitful reformations of the Order of Saint Benedict was effected by God's grace in Saint Bernard of Clairvaux (1090-1153). The movement Bernard and his followers inspired has survived and thrives in two major autonomous branches.
Welcome to the Vocations Group. We are a group of Catholics aged 18 - 38 meeting regularly in central London and in Essex, for mutual support, prayer and teaching from guest speakers so as to grow in the maturity and freedom necessary to make good vocational choices.
Vocation Station. Trappist / Cistercian
Stages of Formation explained
A Nun’s Life Ministry is founded on the belief that each person is called by God to a vocation that enriches the individual and benefits the world. Our ministry is dedicated to helping people discover and grow in their vocation, that is, their life’s calling, by engaging their questions about God, faith, and religious life.
Vocations Ireland is an association of the Vocation Directors of the Catholic Religious Orders in Ireland. We work to present religious life, apostolic, missionary and contemplative, as a life choice that is one way of following Christ and bringing deeper meaning and purpose to life.
Notes from a Stillsong Hermitage
Nationwide (TV broadcast on St. Mary’s Abbey, Glencairn)
Friday, 6 April 2007. Presented by Michael Ryan & Mary Kennedy. Helen McInerney meets the Cistercian nuns who are celebrating 75 years at St Mary's Abbey by releasing a music CD
In Praise of Mary – (CD) Marian Hymns and Chants: the Nuns of St Mary’s Abbey, Glencairn
A music based alliance of services which incorporates management, recording and production, music publishing and a record label. Based in Dublin and Galway, Ireland, Daisy Entertainment is owned jointly by world famous musician Sharon Shannon and her manager John Dunford.