Q. I heard Eastern Catholic priests can get married. Is that true? A. While already married men can become ordained, once a man is ordained he is not permitted to marry. So, there are married priests, but no priest can … Continue reading →
Q. Can or should a person enter a seminary without knowing for sure whether he is called to be a priest? A. A man can only be 100% certain that he is called to the priesthood at the moment of … Continue reading →
By Therese Ivers, JCL The other day I was pondering on the vocation of secular institutes as they provide such a great path of holiness for people who are clerics or laypersons. A priestly member of a secular institute who … Continue reading →
Today I happened to take a look at the diocesan website, and here are some great photos of the ordination of two young men to the diaconate and two to the priesthood. Check them out! CLICK HERE for the photos.
by Therese Ivers border=”4″ height=”275″ hspace=”5″ vspace=”5″ width=”234″ /> This year I decided to be present at a Mass that happens once a year in the cathedrals of the dioceses around the world because of its significance for vocations. The … Continue reading →
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