In reading about my family history, I learned of several religious vocations:
My maternal great-grandmother was Anna Schmidt who married George C. Brown. Anna's sister Rose married Joe Tobin. The Tobins had 10 children. Three of them were ordained priests; three of the girls became nuns. Anna's father remarried a few years after his first wife died. He and his second wife had nine more children at least one of whom became a priest. I also have a great uncle on that side of the family who was a Redemptorist priest. On my paternal grandmother's side of the family, her great uncle was a bishop back in Germany. And now, my son is carrying on the tradition with his calling to the priesthood.
Does anyone know if this is a record? I would love to hear of and celebrate other examples of religious vocations featuring prominently in a single or extended family.