BLACK CATHOLIC SEMINARIANS ASSOCIATION
“The vocation is truly a treasure that God places in the hearts of some men, chosen by Him and called to follow Him in this special state of life. This treasure, that must be discovered and brought to light, is not made to ‘enrich’ someone alone. He who is called to the ministry is not the ‘master’ of his vocation, but rather the administrator of a gift that God has entrusted to him for the good of all the people, or rather for all humanity, even those who have drifted away from religious practice or do not profess faith in Christ.”
Praise and Worship
Video of the Month
from Bishop Joseph Perry
2010 Vocations Symposium
A Symposium on the vocation to the Catholic priesthood in the African-American community that took place at The Institute for Church Life, Geddes Hall at the University of Notre Dame, Indiana on May 4-5th, 2010. Eucharistic Liturgies were celebrated at The Basilica of the Sacred Heart at UND.
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“Whoever is generous to the poor
lends to the Lord,
and He will repay them
for their deed.”