Vocation Events

January 2022
07 January 2022
09 January 2022

Archbishop’s Discernment Retreat

If you are thinking that God may be calling you to the priesthood here in the ...

6:00 pm - 12:00 am
Beaverton, OR
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08 January 2022
09 January 2022

Archbishop’s Discernment Retreat

If you are thinking that God may be calling you to the priesthood here in the ...

All Day
Beaverton, OR
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09 January 2022

Archbishop’s Discernment Retreat

If you are thinking that God may be calling you to the priesthood here in the ...

12:00 am - 1:00 pm
Beaverton, OR
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22 January 2022

Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of the Unborn

The over 60 million abortions since the 1973 decisions of Roe v. Wade and Doe v. ...

All Day
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February 2022
05 February 2022
06 February 2022

World Day of Prayer for Consecrated Life

Celebrated in parishes February 5-6, 2022 in honor of all those called to consecrated life!  Pray ...

All Day
National Event
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06 February 2022

World Day of Prayer for Consecrated Life

Celebrated in parishes February 5-6, 2022 in honor of all those called to consecrated life!  Pray ...

All Day
National Event
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May 2022
08 May 2022

World Day of Prayer for Vocations

Let pray for vocations!  For ways to highlight vocations and the universal call to holiness in ...

8:00 am - 6:00 pm
National Event
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What do Priests Do?

Priests do far more than celebrate Mass and pray all day. The life of a priest is busy, demanding, challenging—and incredibly rewarding.

Why Celibacy?

Celibacy is always a top concern for men thinking about the priesthood, but rest as­sured that every priest had the same thought before he went to seminary.

Signs of a Priestly Vocation

If Jesus has placed a desire in your heart for priesthood, no matter what your age, don’t ignore it. Talk to a priest you admire about how you feel.

Priesthood Discernment Self-Test

Examining oneself using these twenty qualities or signs is a good way to begin one’s discernment of priesthood, but it should not be done in a vacuum.