Franciscan Novice Celebrates 100 Vocation Blog Postings

by Sister Julie Ann on July 27, 2011

Franciscan Sister of Christian Charity Novice Sister Monica Martin enjoys this quote from Mary Oliver: “Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” 

Franciscan Sister of Christian Charity Novice, Sister Monica Martin, completes the 100th entry on her Habitually Speaking blog covering her vocation journey.

Today Sister Monica celebrates her 100th blog entry of ‘Habitually Speaking’.  (Do I hear some wild clapping out there?!) This is one precious milestone for her. Indeed, her decision way back in August 2009 to share her vocation journey via the internet has truly been a huge way for others to learn more about us, her proud religious community.   

In Sister Monica’s  latest posting, you’ll want to read her listing of 100 favorite things about our Community and Franciscanism.  Click here.

In honor of this anniversary, plan your own precious and wild search on Habitually Speaking! You’ll find God is truly an amazing companion on the journey of life.

4 thoughts on “Franciscan Novice Celebrates 100 Vocation Blog Postings”

  1. Srosangela says:

    Dear Sister Monica,
    Congratulations on your 100 blogs. You are doing a great job and our community is proud of you. You are reaching many people. Keep up the good work.

  2. It is such a joy to share your blog with so many young women that contact us Sister Monica!!! I again referred a young lady, who wrote to us this morning, to check out your blog! It is one of a kind and you do so well at sharing your experiences, spirituality, and fun things about this journey you are on with Jesus and all of us!  Thanks so very much for your openness and beautiful writing!!!!

  3. Smaryb says:

    Dear Sister Monica, Keep up your good writing. You have a real gift for expressing yourself. I'm sure when people read your blog , it makes them stop and think.
    The Lord bless yoy, Sister Mary

  4. Sister Monica, novice says:

    Thanks for your comments, Sisters, and for this article Sister Julie Ann! It is a joy to have this ministry!

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