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Vocations 2011

We travel together on our journey toward holiness

Published: June 18, 2011   

Click on a headline below to read selected stories from the special 2011 Vocations section that appeared in the June 18 issue of Arkansas Catholic.

  • Commitment to daily prayer brings families closer and promotes vocations
    Parishes and schools around the diocese regularly pray for vocations and search for ways to promote the religious life and vocations to all ages.

  • 'Three amigos' ordained as deacons
    On May 21 and 28 and June 11, Bishop Anthony B. Taylor ordained three men into the transitional diaconate: Juan Manjarrez, Alejandro Puello and Mauricio Carrasco.

  • Brother Richard Sanker: Guiding 'his boys' for nearly 30 years
    Brother Richard has been a constant source of guidance at Catholic High School in Little Rock.

  • Midlife is not too late: Finding your vocation in your 40s
    More women are delaying entering religious life until after getting education, work experience.

  • Entering the seminary is a journey that doesn't always end in ordination
    It is a true blessing when a diocese begins to produce seminarians, and it is especially a grace when the parish we belong to has a seminarian studying for the priesthood.

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