This year’s National Vocation Awareness Week allows me to highlight the remarkable health of the seminaries that form our future priests.
Single people are the forgotten members of the Catholic Church, said a Catholic journalist who has developed expertise on this issue over the past 20 years.
Society already makes it hard enough for a young person to hear their call today; shouldn’t we as a church be doing all we can to make it easier?
Deacon Derek Wiechmann’s vocation story began with faithful Catholic upbringing and strong priestly influences along the way.
Motherhood is lifelong and deeply heartfelt commitment can only be called a vocation — is that, even as we hold our children to our hearts, we prepare them for independence, for “their going.”
• The Vocation Office of the St. Cloud Diocese invites boys from grades seven through 10 to attend one of three vocation camps. They are from […]