For Schools

The Office of Vocations is happy to assist our elementary and high schools raise vocation awareness in any way we can.  Fr. Chuck Dornquast, Director of Vocations, is happy to come and celebrate a school mass, assist with retreats, visit with classes, etc.  Please contact Jasmine Pujol to schedule a visit to your school!

If you need vocations resources for your religious education classes, please contact the Office of Vocations.  We have prayers cards in English and Spanish, for children and adults, posters, discernment booklets, videos, as well as other resources.

One way to promote vocations to your religious education classes is to pray for our seminarians.  For a current listing of our seminarians, see our Seminarians.

Focus 11 is held in February each year.  This is an excellent opportunity for all 6th graders in the diocese, whether in Catholic School, public schools or homeschool.  All are invited to participate. See our recent February 2022 Focus 11 event.

For more information, please contact the Office of Vocations.

Traveling Crucifix for Vocations

Traveling Crucifix for Vocations

CLASSROOM CRUCIFIX FOR VOCATIONS The School Traveling Crucifix Program provides students with a significant focal point for daily prayer in the classroom—and for conversation about the importance of vocations. A beautiful crucifix is selected to “travel” to different...

Classroom Consecration to Mary

Classroom Consecration to Mary

CONSECRATE YOUR CLASSROOM TO MARY, QUEEN OF VOCATIONS Student Leader: We pray through the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary that Jesus will call at least one girl from this class to be a religious sister, and at least one boy to be a brother or priest. Class...