Sounds like I'm the only person in the world who loves living in a Catholic community. Looooooooooove it!
However, as I said, my husband and I are retired, but you would never know it, I have three grandchildren living with me, one in K, one in 6th grade and one a Senior in high school. I feel like I did 40 years ago when I was raising my own children, running them here and there.
I love the school for them, they love it too, in fact all my grandchildren who have already graduated from the Mount, still attend Mass there, and these that still attend just love it, in fact I can't even get the girl that is a Senior to come home. Right now its 4:30 and she is still there helping to clean the theatre down in the basement.
Her entire class is going to Boston, during the Easter Holy Week with two of the nuns. We have a chapel in Boston, and not only will they sing for the Catholics there during Mid-night Mass but they will meet new young people.
The nuns plan on taking them on some of the historic places also. I feel some here might object to that; those who would rather forget the history of America, but I am happy Mount St. Michael doesn't feel that way.
I do agree however, if there are no jobs, and you have a good job right now, this is certainly not the time to take a chance. I read once in one of those prophesy books, that Catholics should stay where God has placed you in the end time period.