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Episode 5: Discernment and Formation Over Time

In the Company of Sister Mary John & Josephine Lomasney

November 20, 2018

In this episode, Sister Salvatrice Murphy, D.C., is joined by two members of her community, Sister Mary John Code, D.C., and Josephine Lomasney, a pre-postulant with the Daughters of Charity. Together, they discuss the ways in which discernment and formation have evolved over the years as well as what drew them to religious life and the Daughters of Charity, giving advice to those to follow. In the Vincentian Pulse, Sister Elizabeth Greim, D.C., explains the three important upcoming feast days and what they mean to the community.

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