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father shay
martha
kurt koch
Grace Avellana Villamora
Father Greg Sakowicz
Irene Gonzalez-Hernandez
Father James Martin, S.J.
barbara
john o'brien
An Interview with Michelle Alfano
An Interview with Father Raju
Julia Hess, CRW
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sally
Francis Etheredge
Denise Mackura
Marco Lo Russo
An Interview with Kirsten Mahon
Cardinal Blase Cupich
Imelda Bermejo
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Eileen Mathy
Father John Pawlikowski, OSM, PhD
An Interview with Alvera  Tohi
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An Interview with Sr
An Interview with Father John Fontana, O
Maria Hawk, Ed.D.
robert
alexis samet
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Dawn M. Nothwehr, OSF, PhD
Rabbi Dr. Ronald Kronish
Alexandra Carroll
Mkenda SJ
Carmen Julia Rodriguez
Father. Charlie B. Chilufya, S.J
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The mission of Profiles in Catholicism is to interview people of faith to learn more about the spiritual, societal, and health issues that are important to them, promote evangelization and religious vocations,  provide financial support to people with cancer, HIV/AIDS, those living in extreme poverty, and the organizations that help them, and provide news updates.

special prayer

Saint Francis's Vocation Prayer:

 

Most High, Glorious God, enlighten the darkness of our minds. Give us a right faith, a firm hope and a perfect charity, so that we may always and in all things act according to Your Holy Will. Amen. by Saint Francis of Assisi

Vocation Prayer

O Father, you desire all of us to be happy.

Stir up the grace of a religious vocation in the hearts

of many men and women.

Grant to them the willingness and generosity

to give of themselves, their lives, their time and their

talents to the service of Jesus Christ, Your Son, Our Lord and

Savior, and to His Holy Church.

May more men and women go forth as priests, deacons,

brothers and sisters to bring the truths of our Catholic faith

to all others so that soon they, too, may know You better

and love You more...

and serving You, be truly happy. Amen.

by USCCB

A Quote to Remember

“The common good of men stands in this, not only that they live, but that they live well, in righteousness and holiness, and consequently in true happiness. And for the attainment hereunto, God has ordained and disposed all callings, and in his providence designed the persons to bear them.”

by Thomas Merton