Tagged: Imagine Sisters

Light Of Love – “Imagine Sisters” Movie [WATCH IT HERE!]

The Imagine Sisters project has just released their movie “LIGHT OF LOVE“…

Imagine Sisters present: "Light of Love"
Imagine Sisters present: “Light of Love”

Go watch it! I will have a review later after I do the same!

UPDATE: Watch it right here!

Light of Love from Imagine Sisters on Vimeo.

The Joy of Christ – An ‘Imagine Sisters’ Vocational Video

This morning, why not take a few minutes and share this with someone…

Few will grow to hear the calling of a religious vocation if it is never made an option to them.

Plus, this video is a perfect example of recognizing the importance of joy in life.

Daughters of St. Paul: “Ask the postulants” Web Vlog

The Imagine Sisters Movement is a fantastic thing. It is group started by some of the Daughters of Saint Paul and a few lay people to help spread and grow female religious vocations. It is fair to say that it is off to a fantastic start.


Similarly, the Daughters of Saint Paul have a few dynamic sisters that have really grabbed social media by the horns and are using it to grown their voice in the world. The most recent example is a fantastic idea called, “Ask the postulants.” It is a YouTube/VLog series and features two younger postulants. Here is their first episode:

This is how you do New Media. It isn’t just about putting the same old message into a new medium, it is about conforming the message to the medium as well. This video is much more effective than a 4 minute video highlighting the Daughters of St. Paul. They deserve kudos and I hope to see more orders doing something similar.

Girls need to see that these are real people living real and holy lives. Yet, by making this a more casual interaction, it gives young women insight into a life of reality, and not one cloaked in mystery. The idea of living a life that is counter-cultural is scary. That is how the evil forces work, making a religious life a real option, that exists in joy, love, and holiness is the best way to appeal to young women.

Hats off to the DSP and Imagine Sisters.