World Day of Prayer for Vocations 2017
Wait and See
Say Not "He Is Too Young"
Discernment and Desire
Have you participated in Called by Name?
Celibacy As A Gift
Do Not Say "He Is Too Young"
World Day of Prayer for Vocations is fast approaching - May 7th, 2017.
While this day might seem like “just another thing to juggle” that the Church throws at us during a busy time of the year, let’s approach it from a different perspective. Consider instead how it can be a positive part of parish ministry or your personal or family life.
Let’s make sure to use this World Day of Prayer for Vocations as a chance to start or expand our efforts to pray for, encourage and promote vocations in the situations where God has placed us. After all, if we are His instruments for increasing His Kingdom on earth, we should try to be the best instruments that we can be!
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For resources and ideas to help celebrate the World Day of Prayer for Vocations, see:
For Young Adult Men:
Join Fr. Sorra to hike Old Rag Mountain - one of Shenandoah’s most popular and most challenging hikes!
For the last three summers, the Office of Vocations sponsored informal, weekly evenings of prayer, discussion, and fraternity for men on Mondays. We are excited to let you know they will be back in 2017! Each Monday beginning in June we will gather for some good fraternity and discussion of the spiritual life and the Catholic priesthood.
For HS students:
It's time to register for Fiat and Quo Vadis!
Watch our website for upcoming events
Thank you for your efforts to encourage vocations in the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
If there is any way I can assist you, please let me know.
God bless you!
Fr. James Sorra Vocation Director Archdiocese of Baltimore