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These videos can be helpful to Vocation Directors, in their task of fostering a culture of vocations in parishes and dioceses. These videos focus particularly on vocations to the priesthood or consecrated life.
A best practice is a technique, method or process that is believed to be more effective at delivering a positive outcome than any other technique, method, process, etc. when applied to the role of Vocation Directors. These approaches have proven themselves over time for a number of individuals entrusted with the responsibilities of a Vocation Director. This section includes information about hosting retreats, school programs and events to promote vocations in the Church.
These links, downloads and print-on-demand materials are a resource for Vocation Directors looking to spread the word about “saying yes to God’s call.” Included are age appropriate resources from Life Teen, handbooks for seminarians, and posters to download and print. Materials addressing Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) are included as a resource for Vocation Directors. Web ads and bulletin print ads are available and easy to use on your own Web site and in your diocese and parishes.
Retreats offer youth and young adults time to pray and consider a vocation to the priesthood or consecrated life - time that they might not be able to take in their ordinary daily life’s schedule. These resources and ideas regarding vocation retreats are included to help you host these important events.
God’s call is being heard world-wide in every country and from every culture. Materials in this section aid you in communicating with youth from a diverse array of communities including Haitian, Korean, Portuguese and Vietnamese families or Catholic communities.
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