National Office for Vocation

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Thinking Faith

Thinking Faith

Thinking Faith is a great opportunity to take a week out of your normal lifestyle and explore your faith with like-minded people, and in the beautiful setting of the Lake District. This year the theme is Faith and the Arts - music, art, literature and film - which takes place from 1st - 8th August at Boarbank Hall in Cumbria, a religious community that follows the rule of St. Augustine. If you are interested please click here for more information.  Read more about... Thinking Faith

Fr Christopher Jamison to present breakfast show on Premier Radio

Fr Christopher Jamison to present breakfast show on Premier Radio

There will be a chance to hear Fr. Christopher Jamison, a Benedictine monk and director of the National Office for Vocation, every Monday morning throughout Lent. He will be joining the ‘Inspirational Breakfast’ on Premier Radio, beginning at 7am. Read more about... Fr Christopher Jamison to present breakfast show on Premier Radio

Vocations Conference at St Thomas More Language College

Vocations Conference at St Thomas More Language College

The Chaplaincy of a Westminster secondary school organised a one day Conference for its students to celebrate the Year of Consecrated Life and to explore the call to vocation. Students at St Thomas More Language College in Cadogan Street, Chelsea welcomed sixty four members of various Religious Orders and Institutes to share their vocation stories and unpack the particular charisms of their founders. Read more about... Vocations Conference at St Thomas More Language College

CatholicYouthWork.com

CatholicYouthWork.com

CatholicYouthWork.com has recently launched its new website - a great place for those working with young people in the Church. It offers resources, jobs, a forum to share ideas and support as well as somewhere to keep up-to-date with the latest youth ministry news and events. Dermott Donnelly, Chair of CYMFed, the Catholic Youth Ministry Federation in England and Wales, said, “This is a fantastic resource that will help strengthen and support the Church’s important work with young people”. Read more about... CatholicYouthWork.com

Living Simply: The Vow of Poverty

Living Simply: The Vow of Poverty

Curious about religious life? The Compass project is offering a special day in Birmingham for young adults on Saturday 14th March to learn more about the vow of poverty, a commitment which many religious men and women live out.  It is a great opportunity to reflect and pray about the life God wants you to lead, as well as meet religious who have given their life to God. Read more about... Living Simply: The Vow of Poverty

Reflect on the Gift of Marriage and Family Life

Reflect on the Gift of Marriage and Family Life

Ahead of the forthcoming Ordinary Synod on the Family in October 2015, the Holy Father, Pope Francis, has asked us to reflect with 'true spiritual discernment' on the themes relating to marriage and family life that emerged from the Extraordinary meeting of Bishops held in Rome in October 2014. Read more about... Reflect on the Gift of Marriage and Family Life

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External Links

  For more information about   individual vocations:
 
 - www.ukreligiouslife.org
 - www.ukpriest.org
 - www.diaconate.org.uk 
 - www.celebratingfamily.org.uk

  Pray for vocations:
  
 - www.invisiblemonastery.com

Catenians

The National Office for Vocation, Bishops Conference and Vocations Directors of England and Wales are grateful to the Vocations Initiative of the Catenian Association who have generously funded the design and development of this website.