Do you already follow awesome Twitter accounts of some priests and religious sisters? How about adding the tweets of male religious to your Twitter feed? Check out the accounts of these consecrated men living the fraternal life. (List is in no particular order)
1. Brother Chris Garcia, OFM Conv @friarchrisg
Br. Chris Garcia is a Conventual Franciscan Friar who is a canon lawyer, and recently professed his solemn vows this past July. Br. Chris shares inspirational tweets, especially about the Eucharist, that will help you deepen your own faith.
2. Brother Vince Mary Carrasco, OFM @capfriars
Br. Vince Mary, called simply, "Br. Vinny," is a Capuchin Franciscan Friar who is a Catholic Musician and writer, podcast host @thebrother_hut, media evangelist, and loves sports. Br. Vinny's new media ministry, The Brother Hut," is co-hosted with Fr. Brandon Berg, where they share about their life as Franciscan Capuchin religious. Currently, Brother is involved with RCIA ministry, youth and young adult ministry, and leading worship nights, known as "Seraphic Praise."
3. Fr. Nicholas Blackwell A.K.A. The Frank Friar @CarmeliteNick
Fr. Nicholas Blackwell, more commonly known on Twitter as "The Frank Friar," is a Carmelite Friar and Catholic Priest, who ministers in New York City. Fr. Nick shares Carmelite thoughts and reflections on #CatholicTwitter, his website, The Frank Friar, and is a contributing columnist for The Catholic Stand.
4. Fr. Nicholas Rokitka, OFM Conv A.K.A. Friar Nick @FrNickOFMConv
Fr. Nick, is a Conventional Franciscan Friar, and Catholic Priest, ordained in 2016. Father's tagline for #CatholicTwitter is "Following Fr. Nick is like if you started long distance running, got lost, found Jesus, then Our Lady and Bl. John Duns Scotus introduced you to #SignalGrace." Father tweets about everything from his bike riding and hiking experiences to quotes from the Saints.
5. Brother James Reiter, OFM Conv @Brojimr
Br. James Reiter is a Conventual Franciscan Friar who has previously taught high school and is a former Reserve Police Officer and Police Chaplain. He is currently the director of development for the St. Joseph of Cupertino Province. Br. James shares inspirational tweets that will help you deepen your own faith.