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In Part 4 of this series, Kristina Glicksman looks at the times when God doesn't seem to be speaking clearly and what that means for discernment. ...read more
Discerning your vocation: one-time deal or lifelong adventure? Join Kristina Glicksman in an exploration of Vocation Myth #3. ...read more
Read about Vocation Myth #2 in which Kristina Glicksman discusses whether or not laypeople should have access to spiritual direction. ...read more
There are a lot of myths about vocations. Read this first part of Kristina Glicksman's new series to find out the truth about vocation and discernment. ...read more
The key to Christian marriage is the love of God at its centre. Read Julian Paparella's reflection on chapter 3 of Amoris Laetitia. ...read more
Read full text of Pope Francis' Newest Apostolic Exhortation: Gaudete et exsultate: On the call to holiness in today’s world. ...read more
Emilie Callan, one of your Canadian delegates at the pre-synodal meeting, talks about her first day in Rome with 300 other youths from around the world. “Young people never won the Nobel prize for being cautious!” It’s not unusual to hear memorable nuggets such as this one come from the mouth of Pope Francis. He ...read more
Last week in Chicago Illinois, Catholic leaders from the United States, Canada and Mexico, gathered together to participate in the J.S. Paluch Company’s yearly vocations seminar. This year it was titled “Creating a Culture of Vocations: Where We’ve Been and Where We’re Going” ...read more
For the 3rd year in a row, we had the pleasure of being invited to the annual J.S. Paluch Vocation Seminar where leaders from many vocation groups across North America met together in Chicago Illinois from August 21–23, 2017. ...read more
Here is the text of the preparatory document for the XV General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops on the theme “Young people, faith and vocation discernment,”to take place in Rome in October 2018. Introduction “These things I have spoken to you, that my joy may be in you, and that your joy may be full” ...read more