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Uploaded by AirMaria on Jun 12, 2008

Ave Maria! Fr. Joseph Michael McShane the Vocations Director for the Franciscans of the Immaculate in N. America delivers his first episode of our new weekly series on vocations. This will be dedicated to discerning what God is calling us to do with our lives, focussing on the very special calling to the priesthood and religious life. It will be based on our very popular book Come & Follow Me which has many spiritual treasures from the lives and sayings of the saints to help inspire young men and women to give themselves totally to God. This episode will discuss what is a vocation and the importance of taking time to discern what you are being called to.


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  1. annette grogan
    2 years ago

    a few years ago.a 91yrold priest contacted me and asked me to become a catholic widow nun..................i told him i didnt want to be a nun...................im glad i have this Catholic online website,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i love the homily and listen in the morning when there is no one around to make noise.......i said i didnt want to be a num .is because im not disiplined to pray all the time. i do pray mostly all day...........so if you wont mind ,,,may i have some prayers in my email nuns in the past and present.and i will follow them
    thank you

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