Talk:Vocational discernment in the Catholic Church
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Links to specific orders
It seems odd to me that one specific order is linked in the external links while the rest are general discernment sites. There should either be an extensive list or none - the latter being more practical. >> Jesus Loves You! M.P.Schneider,LC (parlemus • feci) 17:15, 12 October 2012 (UTC)
Under the 'Women' heading, there is a list of four vocations as if they were the only ones. Women can also be called to single life, hermetic life, etc. Nothing wrong factually, but I don't like the current sentence structure. Seems to imply that the church is oppressive to women, "according to the RCC, women belong at home or in a convent." I would edit myself, but I am unfamiliar editing with Wikipedia. 2604:6000:D940:C600:24C8:AC46:66FB:ACA8 (talk) 05:25, 13 December 2014 (UTC)
N.B.: Unnecessary Inline Cleanup Tag Removed
The introductory paragraph contained a Citation needed Cleanup Tag in the second sentence, dated November 2014. The assertions of this sentence are supported shortly thereafter in what is presently labeled as Reference : Russell Shaw, Do You have a Vocation? (This Rock: April 2005).