Welcome to the Catherine of Siena Institute’s online learning resource portal!
Here you will find resources to assist you in growing as a missionary disciple. Whether you wish to discern the charisms God has given you or learn how better to help another along their spiritual journey, you’ve come to the right place.
Part One of the Called & Gifted discernment process is available here for use by individuals and small groups. Whether you are working through the process on your own, or in a small group, the discernment of charisms is part of the larger process of discovering your personal vocation, the unique call that God has for each and every baptized Christian. Our vocations will not only transform our own lives and the lives of those to whom God sends us but can also fuel and change our parishes and communities.
May God continue to bless you as you take your next step!
-Sherry Anne Weddell, Executive Director
The introductory workshop is the first part of the three part Called & Gifted discernment process. In this workshop you will learn about charisms: what they are and how we can cooperate with Jesus and the Holy Spirit to exercise these spiritual gifts. We will cover 23 of the most commonly found charisms as well as a five-step process for discerning the charisms God has given you!
Our experienced, well-traveled and exceptionally gifted teachers await the opportunity to bring the Called & Gifted Introductory Workshop to your parish, diocese or leadership group live in a one-day format!
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Inspired by the important role Ananias played in St. Paul's journey to Christ, our Ananias Training will help parishes, homes, and apostolates become places where, attentive to the stages of the other’s spiritual journey we can enter into spiritual conversations in order to listen and respond to their real questions as well as share how God is present and active in their life.
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