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The Gift of the Priesthood

Father Andy LaFramboise and Father Adam Maher Share Thoughts on the Priesthood for National Vocations Awareness Week 

Bishop Gruss shares about discovering our "unique place in God's Kingdom...our vocation" in message for National Vocations Awareness Week

Bishop Gruss will lead a Holy Hour for vocations on Thursday, Nov. 5 at 7 p.m. at the Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption in Saginaw. A relic of St. John Vianney will also be present for veneration. All are welcome! This Holy Hour will also be livestreamed.

Bishop Gruss shared his vocation story in this powerful talk. Watch now.

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God calls. We respond. A vocation is a response to a specific call that Jesus Christ places on our hearts. It is our individual way of living discipleship in the Church.

Our primary call, through the Sacrament of Baptism, is to be a follower (disciple) of Jesus Christ.

It is to be a holy person. Within that first call to follow Christ, God calls us in specific ways to live a vocation to the married life, the single life, the consecrated religious life or the ordained life.

Six Key Steps in Discerning Your Vocation 

Look for These Potential Signs

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