While the primary mission of the Vocation Office is to help discern and form vocations to the diocisan priesthood, we also are happy to assist those who may be called to the religious life within the Archdiocese of Oaklahoma City.
You may feel a particular call to way of life different from the diocesan priesthood.
Take the time to learn more about the consecrated life, and explore the communities serving here in our diocese.
Religious Communities in the
Archdiocese of Oklahoma City
Women’s Religious Formation Houses
Religious Orders of Women serving in the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City
Benedictine Sisters (OSB)
Carmelite Sisters of Saint Therese of the Infant Jesus (CST)
Daughters of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary (FMSR) www.dongmancoi.org
Discalced Carmelite Nuns (OCD)
Dominican congregation of Our Lady of the Rosary Lang Son (OP)
Dominican Sisters of Hope (OP)
Gospel of Life Disciples (GOLD)
Hermanas Catequistas Guadalupanas (HCG)
Medical sisters of Saint Joseph (MSJ)
Misioneras Eucaristicas de Santa Teresita (MEST) http://www.ocd.org.mx/05FamCarmelitana/10EucaristicasStaTeresa.html
Missionary Carmelites of Saint Teresa (CMST)
Sisters of Mercy of the Americas (RSM) www.sistersofmercy.org/south-central
Sisters of the Congregation de Notre Dame (CND)
Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (IHM) http://ihmsisters.org
Men’s Religious Formation Houses
Religious Orders of Men in the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City
Apostles of Jesus (AJ)
Carmelite Fathers (OCD)
Society of Jesus (SJ)
The Clerical Society of the Most Holy Trinity of Mirinae (STM)
Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter (FSSP)
Maronite Lebanese Missionaries (MLM)
Benedictine Priests and Brothers (OSB)
Do you feel called to the consecrated life?
Please reach out to the particular communities listed above and speak to their vocation director, or contact us for assistance with refferal, or in finding a spiritual director.