Orientation program: Start out right

Orientation program: Start out right

Workshop for new vocation ministers

Participants in the 2016 Orientation Program share a moment together.

A "must do" for newcomers to vocation ministry is to take the "Orientation Program for New Vocation Directors," which NRVC is offering July 10-14 in Chicago.

The course provides participants with the skills, context, theory, challenges, and practicalities of contemporary vocation ministry. Topics include the theology of call, candidate issues, discernment, assessment, the application process, the role of membership and religious leadership, advertising and education, ethics and boundaries, and self-care of the vocation director.

The program will be presented by Sister Deborah Borneman, SS.C.M.; Father Adam MacDonald, S.V.D.; and Brother Chris Patiño, F.S.C. It will take place at DePaul University in downtown Chicago. Find details and the registration at nrvc.net.



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