Prayer, Evangelization, & Stewardship

Vocations

You see the signs. We know the way.

Your life has a great purpose. Do you know what that is?
We are here to help guide you on this journey.

Realizing your purpose – your vocation – is a process of spiritual awakening. It is the discovery of who God has made you to be, of the yearnings of your heart, and of the way you are called to give your life.

God is Calling for you


God is still calling many to serve in religious vocations. Fewer are saying yes to this call, and many don’t even hear it. But rather than focus on why so many are turning away, let us reflect on those who do respond—those who say, “YES!”

Luc Lambert, a parishioner at Blessed Trinity Parish, is in his fourth and final year of deaconate formation. In reflecting on his journey, he posed three questions to himself and others in the community who said Yes to the call to serve: Click on their pictures below to hear about their journey to answer the call!

1. How did you first hear God calling you and what was your initial reaction?

2. For many, first hearing the call did not necessarily incite an immediate response. Describe when and how you answered the call?

3. Where are you on your vocational journey now?


      

Click on the pictures to read their full story!


Luc Lambert

Sister Kelly Francis (right)


Deacon Bill Dwyer
Father Brian McGrath & family
Father Chris Lowe

 

For more information about the Sacrament of Holy Orders, as well as information about vocations in general, please click on the following link:

Archdiocese of Boston Vocations Page