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Vocations and Discernment

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The Sisters of St. Joseph in Toronto have created a "School Visit" Program for various topics. Although school based, you may be able to see if they will come to your youth groups.


https://csj-to.ca/ministries/schoolvisits?fbclid=IwAR0C4LCyP7Fgqg5SahEpNmxDfJo5b3GfTbxYp3ancDA6GCBjcffjM9W4Iss

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Exploring the different vocations is a great way to learn about the Church, made up of so many different members working to build up the Kingdom of God. I think young people have a lot of questions about vocations, especially the priesthood and religious life. They may not realize that every vocation is a response to love and a call to lay down one's life for others: as a married person, priest, consecrated or single person. They too can be inspired in their faith and service as they see real people live out the Gospel in counter-cultural ways.


For priesthood, I have shared the 12-min. video on Formed, "Why a Priesthood?" (The Search Continues) with my catechism class when we talked about the priesthood.


For religious life, I really like the "Light of Love" film, which takes us into the lives of five Sisters from five orders in the U.S.…

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