27 Vocation Ambassadors complete training in 2017

27 Vocation Ambassadors complete training in 2017

Ready to spread good news of vocations

Participants in Vocation Ambassadors 2017
Participants in the 2017 Vocation Ambassadors program are ready to spread the word about religious life.

Twenty-seven people took part in this year's Vocation Ambassadors program, an effort to prepare teams to spread the good news about religious life vocations. Nine groups of three (young adult, communicator, and vocation director) took part in a four-day workshop held June 9-12 at Holy Cross College in Notre Dame, Indiana. Each team developed a strategic plan for vocation communications.

In their evaluations, many participants noted that the workshop was inspiring. One of the young adults wrote:

It was inspiring to be around so many people who are passionate about religious life and vocations, and I feel that a lot of quality resources were provided.

The program was made possible thanks to a grant  from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation. 



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