Sr. Jeanne Marie Gocha, CSJ
There always will be women and men whose hearts, and desires have been so... more
How to Contact Religious Orders
Capuchin Franciscans - Province of St. Mary - New York/New England
Carmelite Friars - Priests & Brothers devoted to Mary, seeking the face of God through prayer, fraternity & service
Felician Sisters - The Felician Sisters are officially known as the Congregation of Sisters of St. Felix of Cantalice Third Order Regular of St. Francis of Assisi (CSSF)
Franciscans Friars, Conventual - 'Join the BrotherHood' - an open invitation to explore Franciscan life and spirituality.
Real Sisters, Real Brothers, Making a REAL difference!
Throughout our diocese and our Church, throughout history, men and women have answered the call to live in community, to gather for prayer, and to love God’s people in a special way. They belong to any one of dozens of religious congregations, where they are drawn by the charism or spirit of the community.
More info on what it means to be a Religious Sister.
Religious Brothers and Priests
More info on what it means to be a Religious Brother and Priest.
Vocation Awareness Council
The Vocation Awareness Council is a committee of religious priests, sisters and brothers who represent the various religious communities who minister in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany. The purpose of this committee is to collaborate in providing various ways to promote vocation awareness for religious life within the diocese. More info
Speakers For Parishes or Other Groups
Should you desire a religious priest, sister or brother to speak about religious life at your parish gathering or other function, contact Fr. Anthony F. Ligato firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 518- 453-6690.