February 10, 2008

Blogging Sister

Now that Ray has the story I may as well post this too! (ROFL!-Love you, Ray)

Local blogger, Mary Gibson, has been actively discerning a vocation to the religious life for a while now. She's decided to enter the novitiate of the convent of the Benedictines of Mary, Queen of the Apostles in Kansas City, Missouri on June 11th.

Mary's been very busy getting her wordly affairs in order and she is in the process of taking her blogs down since she will not be able to blog once she enters the convent.

No matter what path God leads Mary too, I'm sure she will continue to make a difference and touch many lives with her faithful witness. Please remember Mary in your prayers.

4 Comments:

Blogger Adrienne said...

Prayers headed her way.

February 10, 2008 2:54 PM  
Blogger Ray from MN said...

One of the missions of her order is the priesthood. With a dynamo like Mary, I expect to see our seminaries overflowing quite soon.

God Bless You, Mary.

I first "met" my "blog mom" Veritatis Splendor, Mary's nom de plume, on the Catholic Answers Forums where she was a major contributor. Ultimately, I learned about blogs and "met" Mary again soon in her "Roamin' Roman" incarnation after I set up Stella Borealis.

She has been a powerful influence in the process of my return to the Church. Thank you and God bless you, Mary. And all the best in your new life.

February 10, 2008 4:17 PM  
Blogger uncle jim said...

alex,
you just answered questions i asked her on her blog - whether or not she'd be able to blog or have internet access. glad you had the answer for me.
i am so proud of her, and don't know her. all who respond to such a call are to be admired by the rest of us.
she is one of God's special children - as we all are, i know.

February 10, 2008 7:10 PM  
Blogger Tom in Vegas said...

Beautiful! Lets pray for her and for others to follow in her footsteps.

February 11, 2008 2:28 AM  

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