International Vocation Websites

International Vocation Websites

International Vocation Websites

 

NRVC members represent 15 countries and as a national organization, NRVC collaborates globally with international vocation offices to promote all of religious life. The following weblinks are from vocation offices that collaborate with NRVC on a consistent basis. NRVC workshop participants often include international vocation ministers from English speaking countries.

 

Catholic Vocations Ministry (Australia)

The Catholic Vocations Ministry Australia (CVMA) was established in 2001 as a national association of vocation ministers. The purpose of CVMA is to foster and present a coordinated approach to Vocations Ministry throughout Australia.

 

European Vocations Service  

The European Vocations Service (EVS) is a federation of the national vocations services of European countries under the auspices of the Council of European Bishops' Conferences. It was established formally in Lubljana (Slovenia) in 1999, but had its origins in gatherings of the national vocations services of France, Belgium, Switzerland, and Germany which began in the early 1990's. 

 

National Association of Vocation/Formation Directors (Canada)

The National Association of Vocation and Formation Directors (NAVFD), is an organization whose diverse members enthusiastically commit to creating and fostering a Vocation Culture in the Catholic Church in Canada. A vocation culture fully embraces the conviction that each Christian by virtue of Baptism is empowered to identify and respond to the mission to which he or she is called by God as a member of the Body of Christ, in and for the world.

 

National Office for Vocation (England and Wales)

The National Office for Vocation is an Office of the Roman Catholic Church in England and Wales. Our mission is to: build a culture of vocation in the Church in England and Wales; and to promote the calls to specific vocations, including priesthood, the diaconate, marriage, the religious life and all other forms of consecrated life.

Vocations Ireland

Vocations Ireland is an association of the Vocation Directors of the Catholic Religious Orders in Ireland. Vocations Ireland presents religious life, apostolic, missionary and contemplative, as a life choice that is one way of following Christ and bringing deeper meaning and purpose to life.



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