Are you worried about finding your vocation in life? Are you afraid you’ll somehow miss it? What should you do time slips by and nothing seems to be happening?
Vocation, Mission, & Apostolate
As I Have Done, So You Should Do: The Joy of Celibacy
When the Catholic Church uses a word like “celibacy,” the world’s reaction is immediately hostile. A lot of the time, the first word people think of is “restrictive.” The world sees celibacy as a ridiculous imposition that the Church puts upon some of her members to exercise excessive control over their lives.
How to Dialogue about the Faith in 4 Simple Steps
Do you struggle with sharing the Faith with others? I do. Thankfully, a priest I know addressed this issue in a homily. He outlined a simple process for dialoguing with people about the Faith. Here it is.
7 Marks of an Effective Personal Apostolate
Apostolate—more commonly spoken of as evangelization—is simply sharing the Gospel with others. It is a task given to all of us by God by virtue of our Baptism.
You Have a Mission
One hears plenty of talk about vocations in the Catholic Church today. Often, it concerns the shortage of priests and religious. Sometimes there’s talk of marriage. Rarely, there’s some mention of the consecrated single life. How about one’s mission, though?