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Pray Daily for a Future Priest or Sister

The St. Therese Vocation Society is a group of men and women who pray daily for vocations and for the individuals in formation as priests and religious in our diocese. These men and women who have responded to God's call rely on these prayers from hundreds of their brothers and sisters in Christ. Members of the society receive a calendar in the mail quarterly that lists someone in formation to pray for each day. There are no dues or meetings; only the promise of your prayers and an annual Morning of Reflection (in February) to strengthen you as a prayer warrior.

Complete the form below to join the St. Therese Society and receive a quarterly prayer calendar in the mail.

Download the latest St. Therese prayer calendar.

Annual Morning of Reflection

The St. Therese Society will host its annual Morning of Reflection on February 3 at St. Luke's Church in McLean. The day includes Mass, a talk and a Holy Hour. All are invited, as ask you RSVP by January 29 to vocations@arlingtondiocese.org or 703-841-2514. Learn more.

Here are some pictures from last year's Morning of Reflection. of Fr. Jaffe welcoming everyone, Deacon Silva speaking, and the Holy Hour.

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St Therese Vocation Society

Fill out the form below to join the St. Therese Vocation Society and receive a quarterly prayer calendar in the mail.

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I wish to become a member of the St. Therese Vocation Society. As a member of the Society, I commit myself to offering the following for an increase in vocations in our Diocese, for the perseverance of the seminarians now studying for the priesthood, and for an outpouring of grace upon the priests, deacons and religious serving our Diocese:

  • a daily prayer for the person on the prayer calendar
  • a daily prayer for an increase in vocations to the priesthood and to the consecrated religious life

By continuing, I commit to pray for vocations.