National Vocations Awareness Week

National Vocations Awareness Week

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Date(s): 04 Aug 2019 - 11 Aug 2019
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As Catholics, we believe that God has a plan for our lives. He calls some to marriage, some to the priesthood, and others to consecrated life or to live as generous single people.

During this week, you are invited to pray about how God is calling you to live your own vocation more deeply.
We also pray for more and generous vocations to the priesthood and consecrated life. We all have a vocation. The word vocation comes from the Latin vocare, which in English means to call. God calls each one of us to holiness. Being called to holiness means being called to love God and others.

Someone’s specific vocation is the particular path or the unique specific way that he or she is called to follow Christ, to be more like him, but with their own personality, and characteristics, their gifts, talents, weaknesses and circumstances. Following God’s call is not about becoming someone that we are not, but about become more fully the ones He created us to be. How am I called to love others, making God’s love present in the world?