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Here is a list of other Young Adult websites and networks that can be helpful for your faith journey. If you would like to suggest a website that it not listed here, please write to:

3-Minute Retreats

An online retreat provided by Loyola Press, a Jesuit Ministry.
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A Nun’s Life

A Nun’s Life Ministry helps people discover and grow in their vocation, that is, their life’s calling, by engaging questions about God, faith, and religious life.
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Busted Halo

Busted Halo is a network of media and ministry for spiritual seekers where people can discuss the intersection of faith, culture, politics and life.
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Catholic Apostolate Center

The Catholic Apostolate Center, a ministry of the Society of the Catholic Apostolate (Pallottines) - Immaculate Conception Province, was founded in 2011 to respond to the needs of the Church through:

  • Developing, in collaboration with dioceses and other institutions and organizations, formation programs for the New Evangelization.
  • Assisting pastoral ministers in deepening collaboration with one another.
  • Providing formation and apostolic opportunities for members and collaborators of the Union of Catholic Apostolate.

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Catholic Volunteer Network

Catholic Volunteer Network, established in 1963, is a non-profit membership organization of 200 domestic and international volunteer and lay mission programs. Currently, more than 10,000 volunteers and lay missioners serve in these programs throughout the U.S. and in 108 other countries.
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Creating a Vocation Culture

Fr. Toby, a priest of The Congregation of the Resurrection, shares videos and other resources to create a vocation culture and discover God's dream for each one of us.
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Cultivation Ministries

Cultivation Ministries is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to developing  disciple-making, Catholic youth ministry. We specialize in training both volunteer and professional youth ministers, helping parishes with the nuts and bolts of developing an effective youth ministry, and producing resources in order to support both adult and teen leaders. We use an agricultural metaphor to describe the process for growing an effective youth ministry--prepare the soil, sow, grow and reap.
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ESTEEM is a nationwide program to develop the leadership skills of young Catholics. Employing a multifaceted approach, ESTEEM provides college students with the inspiration and tools for deeper engagement in the life and witness of the Church.
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Faith ND

A great site for insights on prayer and the spiritual life.
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For Your Vocation

A Priority Initiative of the USCCB Dedicated to the Promotion of Vocations to the Priesthood & Consecrated Life. Deepen Faith. Nurture Hope. Celebrate Life.
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Googling God

Mike Hayes talks about the Catholic Church and Young Adults.
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"Here I Am Lord"

Vocations and Discipleship Conferences for Teens and Young Adults
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Life Directions

Life Directions' mission is to motivate young adults, ages 13-35, especially the economically poor who are "at risk", to mature into responsible, productive adults through self-direction.
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National Religious Vocation Conference (NRVC)

The National Religious Vocation Conference is a professional organization of vocation ministers that presents religious life as a viable option in the Catholic Church. NRVC promotes vocation awareness, invitation, and discernment to life as a religious sister, brother, or priest. NRVC reflects all forms of religious life and provides educational opportunities, resources, and other supportive services for spiritual, professional, and personal growth.
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Sacred Space 

Irish Jesuits provide daily prayer opportunities in 16 languages.
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Show me a sign 

Show me a sign is a new set of vocation tools the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration membership office is using to reach out to women who are wondering if they are called to religious life today. The tools include a Show me a sign blog and newsletter (in both print and electronic formats). And the messages serve to demystify religious life.
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SisterStory is a national campaign aimed at broadening awareness of Catholic sisters. Who are Catholic sisters? What are their lives like? What impact have they had over the course of American history? What difference do they make today?
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The Calling - A Film by David A. Ranghelli

"Life is a calling. And every call is both thrilling and daunting. Transporting viewers to distant lands and into deep regions of the human soul, The Calling reveals the joys and anxieties of those who are drawn to religious life."
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 VISION Vocation Network

Articles, Resources, Events and "Vocation Match" for men and women interested in religous life.
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Our Franciscan Fiat

"Our Franciscan Fiat" shares thoughts, stories, and reflections from daily life as a Franciscan Sister.The link is:
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