Vocations Awareness Week hero 2022

It's National Vocation Awareness Week

National Vocation Awareness Week is November 6-12, 2022. This week provides an invitation to reflect on the idea of vocation, which comes from the Latin vocare, “to call.” No matter which vocation we are called to live as an expression of God’s love in the world, everyone is called to holiness. How are we progressing along that path, and how we may be called to pray for, support and encourage others in exploring their vocations?

Learn more about those living out their vocations in our diocese:

Bishop Burbidge's Message for National Vocation Awareness Week

"My Soul Rejoices in the Lord"

“Mary’s words summarize the experience of all those, who, like her, have heard God’s call and responded with a prompt and joyful ‘yes!’”

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Read Bishop Burbidge's Statement for National Vocation Awareness Week



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"We're all trying to find where God is leading us in this life...the first step is holiness."


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"God is alive, he loves us, he has a great plan for us, and when he calls us to participate in the salvation of souls, he gives 100 to 1."

Download Vocations Resources

By our baptism, all Christians have a vocation to holiness that can be lived out in a variety of ways. Access resources below and on our website to aid your discernment process and pray for those currently discerning or living out their vocation. Order your own vocations materials to pray for and promote vocations!

Additional Vocation Resources