USCCB Marks National Vocation Awareness Week

November 6, 2017

 

From the USCCB: "The Catholic Church in the United States will celebrate National Vocations Awareness Week, November 5-11, 2017. This annual event is a special time for parishes in the United States to actively foster and pray for a culture of vocations to the priesthood, diaconate, and consecrated life.

 

Cardinal Joseph Tobin, the Chair of the US Bishops' Committee on Clergy, Consecrated Life, and Vocations, reminds us that each of us in the Church has a key role to play in the witness of our vocation in ordinary circumstances, "As we go about our everyday life and most especially this week, we must keep vocations in our prayers, while, at the same time, being a mindful witness with our own vocation. We may never know how our lives may have an impact on someone else's story. Simply living out our call as disciples of Jesus Christ fully and joyfully in the world bears witness to the love of Christ as He generously bestows on each of us our own personal call."

 

More information on the week, including special prayers and Holy Hour devotionals, can be found at the link HERE.

 

Fr. Tom Whelan is the Vocation Director for the Province of St. Augustine in California, to contact him click HERE and also visit the AUGUSTINIAN VOCATIONS WEBPAGE for more info.

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