From February 2 – 10 we hosted a Prayer Drive for Vocations (read more about what it entailed below).  You can see the whole Prayer Drive unfold on our Facebook page by clicking here. To all of you who joined us..thank you!  

Our goal was 10,0000 people praying for vocations. On February 11,the grand total was tallied, all were counted, and…
A drum roll please…(watch this short video to see what was accomplished!)



Prayer Drive for Vocations 

February 2-10, 2015

How to Participate…

1. Pray for vocations using the prayer at bottom of page or another prayer.

2.  Enlist the prayers of others…round up your family members, friends, prayer groups, schools, parishes…Our goal is 10,000 praying for vocations this week!

3.  Let us know who is praying (groups…individual names are not necessary) by commenting on our Facebook page or by filling in the form at the top of this page.  Send us photos if you can!  Click here to go to our Facebook page…

Let us pray for an outpouring of fervent and faithful vocations to the Religious Life!

Beginning with the World Day of Consecrated Life (February 2) and concluding before the celebration of our Mother Foundress (Mother Luisita died on February 11), it is our hope that many, many, MANY of our family, friends, co-workers, residents, students, and Facebook ‘followers’ will join us in praying for an increase in vocations to the Religious Life. We are aiming for 10,000 people joining us in prayer for this intention!  Let us BEG the Master of the Harvest to send out laborers for His harvest!

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Prayer in English

Prayer in English

Prayer in Spanish

Prayer in Spanish

Behind and before every vocation to the priesthood or to the consecrated life
there is always the strong and intense prayer of someone:
a grandmother, a grandfather, a mother, a father, a community….
This is why Jesus said: “Pray therefore the Lord of the harvest”,
that is, God the Father, “to send out laborers into his harvest” (Mt 9:38).
Vocations are born in prayer and from prayer;
and only through prayer can they persevere and bear fruit.
– Pope Francis, April 21, 2013