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Vocations

World Day of Prayer for Vocations

World Day of Prayer for Vocations

Get your parish ready to celebrate the World Day of Prayer for Vocations on the Fourth Sunday of Easter - April 17, 2016. Don't miss out on these resources for your parish liturgy, youth ministry, and catechesis on that special day.

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Miryam Dinner

Miryam Dinner

Young women, come and join Archbishop Gustavo and Consecrated and Religious women ministering here in the Archdiocese of San Antonio. Learn more about religious and consecrated life, and meet others in discernment.


High School Students and Parents welcome on April 7 in the evening.

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Andrew Dinner

Andrew Dinner

Young men, come and join Archbishop Gustavo, Diocesan Priests, Religious Priests and Brothers, and the San Antonio Seminarians. Learn more about religious and consecrated life, and meet others in discernment.


High School Students and Parents welcome on April 6 in the evening.

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High School Men's Discernment Day

High School Men's Discernment Day

High School men, come join us at Assumption Seminary. Spend the day with the Archbishop, priests, religious, and seminarians discussing your call in prayer and conversation.

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High School Women's Discernment Day

High School Women's Discernment Day

High School women, come join us at Assumption Seminary. Come and join religious sisters and consecrated women from many different congregations for a day filled with prayer, discussion, and fellowship.

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Hear the Spirit Calling

There are many terms which are used when speaking of vocations to priesthood or religious life: “Hear the Call,” “God is calling,” The Spirit is calling,” are just a few. But how does one “hear" in a world that is wired for sound. Many men and women of the bible were called by God not by a loud voice, but in the stillness of their heart. Hearing God’s voice in the midst of many other voices and the busyness of everyday life can be a challenge. It is always our hope at the vocation office to help men and women who feel called, to guide them in the direction that will lead to a place of stillness where they can hear the whisper of God’s call in their life: “Be still, and know that I am God” (Psalm 46:10).

How then, does one begin to be still? ...

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