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New Vocation Website from the USCCB
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has just launched a new Vocations Website called www.foryourvocation.org. This is a wonderful resource for videos and other information that can be helpful in discerning one's vocation. It has tools for teachers, parents and others in helping our young people to better hear God's call.
We have many exciting features to help you discern your life's calling. Whether you are interested in consecrated life—such as becoming a nun, brother, priest, or monk—or simply looking for ways to deepen your faith through volunteer and service opportunities, you've come to the right place! www.vocation-network.org
Parish Vocation Chalice
This program is meant to help parishes encourage vocations among their parish households. This prayer and information resource can be printed, placed in a binder and distributed with a chalice to one family every weekend. The chalice and resource binder is passed from household to household as a way of raising awareness and providing resources to families about how to talk about and understand vocations. For more information download the PDF »
Curriculum for Vocations
The Office of Vocations for the Diocese of Evansville has created a Curriculum for Vocations for grades K-12. This curriculum can be used in schools or with a religious education program. To download a copy of this curriculum click here (this could take a while due to the size of the file).
If you are interested in helping to support vocations financially please contact the Catholic Foundation of Southwestern Indiana to find out how. There are many people who have generously contributed for the support of our priests and seminarians. You can visit their website at www.catholicfoundationswin.org
Serra Club of Evansville
The Serra Club of Evansville is comprised of lay men and women and permanent deacons. Through programs and events the Serra Club fosters and promotes vocations to the priesthood and religious life and encourages its own members to fulfill their Christian vocations to service. Visit us at http://serraclubofevansville.net.