"The Church fulfills her mission when she guides every member of the faithful to discover and live his or her own vocation in freedom and to bring it to fulfillment in charity. Indeed, God with his call reaches the call of each individual, and the Spirit, who abides deep within each disciple (cf. 1 John 3:24), gives himself to each Christian with different charisms and special signs. Each one, therefore, must be helped to embrace the gift entrusted to him as a completely unique person, and to hear the words which the Spirit of God personally addresses to him."
Saint John Paul II, Pastores Dabo Vobis, 40
This page contains information, tools and opportunities for growing in knowledge and acceptance of God's call to you in ministry, service and state of life.
Called and Gifted - Gifts Discernment Workshop, from the Catherine of Siena Institute.
NC Priest - Diocese of Raleigh Vocations Office
Project Fraternity - Discernment of Religious Life for Catholic Men
Imagine Sisters - Discernment of Religious Life for Catholic Women
Band of Sisters Movie - the story of Catholic Religious Sisters and their work for Social Justice
Map of Life - Discernment Tools for Catholic Men
"He brought him to Jesus" (John 1:42) In a way, this is the heart of all the Church's pastoral work on behalf of vocations, in which she cares for the birth and growth of vocations, making use of the gifts and responsibilities, of the charisms and ministry she has received from Christ and his spirit.
Saint John Pail II, Pastores Dabo Vobis, 38