What is Your Vocation?

25 Oct 2015 by SHRCChurch, Comments Off on What is Your Vocation?

As Catholics, we firmly believe that God has a plan for each of us! He calls some to marriage, some to the priesthood or religious life and others still to live as generous single people. Fully living our own vocations and teaching young people how to discern God’s call for them is a serious duty, but also a joyful one.

November 1st begins National Vocation Awareness Week, which was instituted by the U.S. Bishops in 1976 and is celebrated November 1-7, 2015. Why not click on the video and take a few moments to learn about the three primary types of vocations and to consider how God is calling you to become the man or woman He created you to be!

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