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Be a Franciscan Video Series: Discerning a Vocation

Br. Casey Cole, OFM discusses discerning a vocation to religious life. Br. Casey Cole, OFM invites the participants of the February, 2015 Come and See Discernment Retreat to reflect on the 40 days of Lent and what they mean in relation to discerning a call to religious life.
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Really, Would You Do It With Me?

By Br. Casey Cole, OFM During a trip to Greenville, S.C., last month, Br. Casey Cole, OFM, spoke to parishioners of St. Anthony of Padua Church during several weekend Masses. Describing God’s constant and supportive presence in our lives, he shared a bit of his own...
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My Franciscan Journey

By Fr. Guy Morgan, OFM Vocations to religious life don’t suddenly pop up; they percolate over time. At least that’s how my Franciscan journey evolved. I was born in a good Catholic family, a middle child between an older brother and a younger sister. I grew up during the...
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Pray For Vocations

April 25, 2010 marks the 47th annual World Day of Prayer for Vocations. Founded by Pope Paul VI in 1963, the World Day of Prayer for Vocations not only highlights vocations to priesthood and religious life, but invites the Church to honor the vocation of all Christians given at...
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