Contemplative and Active
Some people are suited to quiet reflective life and others are more suited to public service. Both are valuable, complementary and needed lifestyles within the Church. There are religious vocations and communities that vary from extremely contemplative to extremely active, with everything in between.
Ordained/Consecrated and Lay Ministries
Charity Workers, Catechists, Cantors, Liturgists, Theologians, Iconographers, Youth Coordinators, Ecumenists, Pastoral Care Givers, Mission Workers, Canonists, Lectors, Scripture Instructors, loving parents, grandparents, and children. All vocations start in the home. It is extremely important to live a good Christian Life. Contact your local Church to enquire how you can best fit in.
Marriage and Celibacy
Not everyone is called to be married, nor is everyone called to be single. Although some forms of Religious life such as monks and nuns require a celibate lifestyle, many others such as clergy, administrators and missionaries do not.
Think you Might Have an Ordained/ Consecrated Vocation?
Please contact your local priest for more information.