Catholic Review Online: St. Rose parishioner to enter religious life

George P. Matysek, Jr. posted a beautiful story yesterday, the Feast of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton. A parishioner at St. Rose of Lima, Kayla Cservek, a graduate of Mt. St. Mary's in Emmitsburg, is considering Religious Life as a Sister of S.O.L.T.:

Despite her protests, Cservek did indeed feel what she described as a “tugging” at her heart to enter religious life. She’s now responding to that call and plans to begin a three-month aspirancy March 25 to become a sister with the Society of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity (SOLT) in North Dakota. Cservek will be joined by seven other women from across the country who are discerning the call to religious life as SOLT sisters.
The full story is here.

For those who are searching their memories regarding S.O.L.T., it is the Religious Order of Fr. John Corapi. For those interested in exploring this Order, they can begin here, here is information on Religious Life, on the Priesthood, on their Retreat Centers and there is even a blog, called NunEssential! Marvelous! Please assist Kayla financially if that is at all possible!