What makes a person happy? What makes a life worth living? Is it money? Fame? Popularity? Career success? We all know the answer, even if we don’t always live like we know it: not at all. All of these things come up short. There is only one thing – or one person, to be more exact – that can make us happy, and that’s Our Lord Jesus Christ.
A Muslim mother gave her blessing and support to her son who recently became one of the 11 newly ordained priests from the Societas Verbi Divini (SVD) order in the presence of Archbishop Vincensius Sensi Potokota.
When we truly listen, we let ourselves be drawn by God. We let go of our wants, our egos, our expectations and limitations. We become creative, open, loving and peaceful.
Just one young Catholic woman and 17 young Catholic men in Auckland are training to be able to profess their vows.
Young men and women in New Zealand are devoting their lives to the Church. We hear from some of them about their path ahead.
Talks from a recent retreat for men at all stages of discernment, organised by the Archdiocese of Sydney Vocations Office.
We live in a time saturated with images. An exhibition opening in England next week, after attracting attention in Germany and Italy. It consists of 50 portraits of Vincentian nuns from the Swabian convent of Untermarchtal, all photographed laughing. That may seem trivial. It isn’t.
"I knew God wanted me somewhere I just didn't know where. I had the material things but nothing really satisfied me. I had been overseas, seen a bit of the world. I thought at 25 that was a good time in my life to make a decision and I had to choose either the Priesthood or the job and I knew I wanted more than the job. I wanted to see families progress through life, I wanted to baptise children and then see those children get married I wanted to see the progression of life." Fr John Greig
Matthew Hodgson first felt a call to the priesthood after receiving the sacrament of reconciliation at the Youth Leaders Formation Course.
Archbishop Jose H. Gomez of Los Angeles ordained three new auxiliary bishops on Thursday, including the prominent internet evangelist Father Robert Barron. The archbishop encouraged the new bishops to bring the joy of God’s love to their flock.
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