- What is Prayer
- Prayer to Discern a Vocation
- Daily Readings
- Daily Reflections
- Local Chapel for Prayer and Adoration
- How to Pray the Rosary
- Stations of the Cross for Vocations
- Lectio Divina on the Meaning of a Call
- A Eucharistic Hour for Church Vocations
- Bible Quotes on the Priesthood for Teens
- Official Vatican Website
- Discernment Tools
- Prayer for Discernment
- VISION Vocation Network
Retreats are important moments to listen to God and hear the talks of priests, seminarians or religious. Retreats foster genuine discernment. In the midst of your busy lives, a retreat opportunity affords you time of silence and clarity that cannot be found in the world. Please take advantage of a retreat experience to ask God what He wants for your life – a retreat gives you such an opportunity.
To find out more about retreats, contact Fr. Patrick Broussard. If you are interested in a retreat with a religious community, secular institute, or society of apostolic life, these links may be helpful to you: Religious Life, Secular Institutes, or Societies of Apostolic Life.
Brother Agustino Torres of the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal shares his vocation story. Taken from Everyone has a Vocation to Love: Whats Yours? The Vocation to the Religious Life for Men by the Knights of Columbus. Visit www.kofc.org.
Father Don Kline and Sister Lynn Allvin share their vocation stories. Produced by Lifeteen (www.lifeteen.com).
Priests answer questions about their vocations to the priesthood. Copyright Lifeteen (www.lifeteen.com).
Frater Elias Rauwolf of the Canons Regular of Prémontré shares the story of his vocation to the brotherhood. Taken from ‘Everyone has a Vocation to Love: Whats Yours? The Vocation to the Religious Life’ by the Knights of Columbus. Visit www.kofc.org.
Father Miles Walsh, a priest of the Diocese of Baton Rouge, discusses the primary role of the priest as the one to stand in the place of Christ at the Eucharistic table. Taken from Everyone has a Vocation to Love: Whats Yours? The Vocation to the Priesthood by the Knights of Columbus. Visit www.kofc.org.