If God has gifted you with a love for the poor and a desire to know him more deeply, he may be offering you the precious gift of a vocation to consecrated life. We’d be happy to talk to you and accompany you in your discernment.
With the recent canonization of our foundress and the ever-increasing population of older persons, our vocation is more relevant than ever. Saint Jeanne Jugan often said, “What happiness for us, to be a Little Sister of the Poor!” We feel the same way today and we are eager to share our joy with you.
Contact for Vocations: firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 973-942-0300.
Steps you might take in discerning whether God is calling you to follow Saint Jeanne Jugan as a Little Sister of the Poor:
- Check out our national website to read more about our consecrated life and our mission of hospitality to the elderly poor.
- Arrange to visit us for Mass, or another moment of prayer, and a tour of St. Joseph’s Home for the Elderly.
- Volunteer some of your time with the elderly.
- Attend one of our discernment retreats. Several are held at different locations around the country throughout the year.
“A vow of hospitality brings our religious consecration into the concrete realities of everyday life. It gives a spiritual value to the many humble tasks performed throughout the day, and enables us to communicate to our elderly Residents God’s compassion and merciful love.”
~ Little Sisters of the Poor