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Vocation Surges

News from Madison Catholic Diocese Midway through the Sunday Mass at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Dodgeville, the service took a sharp turn toward fundraising. Monsignor Daniel Ganshert, the parish priest, told parishioners that for years, people in the Madison Catholic Diocese had been praying for more men to be called by God to the […]

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A youth movement in the priesthood

An excerpt from a very good article in the Star Tribune. Today, almost 140 young men are discerning the priesthood at St. John Vianney College Seminary at the University of St. Thomas. The St. Paul Seminary has nearly 100 seminarians, who flock here from dioceses around the country. In many ways, today’s young priests resemble […]

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Best. Vocation. Video. Ever.

Ascension Press has put out a amazing short video on the call to the priesthood. It is a must see! It features two great young priests – Fr. Mike Schmitz and Fr. Joshua Johnson – who both work in Campus Ministry. You can learn more here.

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Regarding Shepherds and Vocations

I recently turned 59, and in my lifetime there have been some truly remarkable popes, or chief shepherds of the Church. I was born near the end of the lengthy reign of Pope Pius XII, a great but somewhat under-appreciated leader who led the Church during the terrible years of World War II. His successor, […]

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The Harvest Is Abundant But The Laborers Are Few

Continuing the theme of discipleship begun a few weeks ago, in this week’s Gospel, Luke further elucidates the need for disciples in the world. This passage is often used for vocation recruitment materials: “The harvest is abundant but the laborers are few; so ask the master of the harvest to send out laborers for his […]

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Everyone Has A Vocation

When most people hear the word vocation, they automatically think of priests or religious brothers and sisters.   I thought the same.  Many years ago, I began to feel called by God.  I did not know to what I was being called, but the ca…

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Thinking About Becoming A Priest?

Contacts for DFW Vocations Offices  Dallas  Reverend Rodolfo Garcia Director of Vocations 3725 Blackburn P.O. Box 190507 Dallas, Texas 75219 Phone: 214-379-2860 [email protected] Reverend Anthony…

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