Being a seminarian involves more than just sitting in classrooms or spending days in prayer. There’s a very active component as well.
Some parents object when their son declares an interest in a vocation. There are lots of reasons given, but I suspect that the root of the problem is lack of … Continue reading
Evan pointed out that the blog hasn’t been updated in a while. He’s right. I’ve missed several important events in the life of the Paulist Community. So, let me (with … Continue reading
Not everyone in a wimple is a nun and not every man in a habit is a priest. Can you tell the difference?
Fr. Dave gives some insight into the role and responsibilities of a spiritual director.
What three things should you know before you enter the seminary?
It’s worth remembering the important milestones that mark a man’s progress toward ordination.
A brief reflection on this World Day of Prayer for Vocations.
Lent is a time of sacrifice, but do we have the right intent?
Pope Francis recently shared a few of his thoughts on the priesthood and priestly formation.
A brief reflection sparked by one of my favorite blogs.
This week the USCCB is asking us to focus our attention on increasing vocations. Here are a few useful links for you.
Not everything in a seminarian’s training is academic. A big part of formation is learning the ministerial aspect of the priesthood as well.