I'm currently in RCIA, and as a lot of you probably know from my other posts, I have been considering a vocation to the Religious Life. Before you ask me to become a practising Catholic first, I've been in Catholic school, and have been brought up by Catholics almost all my life. I could just never get my parents to sign the consent forms so I could go forward for sacramental preparation. I practically am a practising Catholic that's not quite Catholic yet. I now go to daily masses and various prayer groups, and of course, I have my RCIA classes too. I have been receiving instruction for quite a few years now, and I was just wondering if it would be a good idea to speak to the priests at Church about getting a spiritual director? Or would it be better to wait until the Easter Vigils, where I will be received into full communion with the RC Church? I just switched parishes after a lot of prayer and discernment, and it turns out that my new parish is much nearer to me (in both senses of the word). I have also been going to Lauds, and when I can (I work late nights in Retail, so this is usually about once or twice a week) I got to Vespers too. I also go to Adoration at least twice a week, which was suggested to me after I had that vision about the Chapel near where I live. It seems that the vision revealed to me the desires of my heart, and I wonder if it would be good to have a spiritual director to help me discern my vocation further? Your thoughts, please?