Email Newsletter icon, E-mail Newsletter icon, Email List icon, E-mail List icon
Join our FREE Email Mailing List








 
Vocations

 A Full Life
When you do what God has in store for you, your life has meaning and purpose; you are making a contribution to the world. Is a Vocation to the priesthood for you?
A Full Life

 A Modest Proposal
Silence and fervent prayer for vocations are no longer adequate responses to the priest shortage in the United States. As the church prepares to observe the Year of the Priest, which begins on June 19, open discussion about how to sustain the church as a eucharistic community of faith and fortify the pastoral life of Catholic congregations has become imperative.

 Fishers of Men
A new program launched today by the bishops’ Committee on Vocations is meant to renew priests’ sense of vocational fulfillment and to encourage them to draw on that satisfaction and invite other men to pursue the priesthood.

 National Office for Vocation - UK
The work of the Office is supported by a Committee made up of representatives from all vocations and areas of Church life: married, single, ordained and consecrated.  It is an Office of the Bishops’ Conference of England & Wales that seeks to work collaboratively with other agencies within the Church in order to build a culture of vocation in the Church in England and Wales, promote the link between vocation and evangelisation and promote the calls to specific vocations, including marriage and single life, diocesan priesthood, permanent diaconate and consecrated life.

 Nurturing New Vocations
From Catholic.net, Catholic families seek a better understanding of their role in how vocations are discerned, nurtured and bear fruit - an article by Lorene Hanley Duquin.
Nurturing New Vocations

 Online Guide to Religous Ministries
An online source for Catholic Vocations. Listings of the Catholic Communities of Priests, Brothers and Nuns active in the United States.

 RETIRED CLERGY HAVE GIFTS TO OFFER IN THE FACE OF THE PRIEST SHORTAGE
What can priests do when we retire? How can we use our experience and gifts to serve the Lord in expanded roles, and ease the burdens of parish priests overloaded with work due to a dire priest shortage?

 Sisters of the Good Shepherd
The Good Shepherd Community represents the diversity of women all over the world; members come from a variety of cultures and family and professional backgrounds. Women of all ages, they are involved in both an Active/Apostolate and Contemplative life.
Sisters of the Good Shepherd

Site Map