Is God calling you to life and service as a priest or consecrated religious brother or sister? Not sure who to contact? Any of our parish priests or sisters would be happy to explore the possibilities of God’s plan for you. Click here for contact information.
The Vocation Network has information on numerous religious orders and publishes the Vision Vocation Guide annually. These are great resources – please click on the links to start looking into the right religious order for you.
Harrisburg Diocese Office of Vocations
Phone: 717-657-4804 ext. 282
Diocesan Vocations Website
What is Consecrated Life?
Those who sense the Lord might be calling them to explore the possibility of becoming a priest or consecrated religious are strongly encouraged to contact the Office of Vocations or their parish priests.
In the Diocese of Harrisburg, Fiat Days held each summer is a retreat for young Catholic women ages 15 – 25 who want to learn more about consecrated life, to deepen their faith, and to better discern God’s call in their lives.
Quo Vadis Days held each summer is a time of recreation, fellowship, prayer, and discussions to help young men ages 15-25 explore our Lord’s call in their lives.
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
Vocation Resources for Men and Women
The Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary currently live and serve at St. Catherine Labouré Parish and at local Catholic Schools. Click here to view their website or speak to them in person here at the parish.
The Sisters of Sts. Cyril and Methodius have served at St. Catherine Labouré Parish. If you would like information on their order or would like to visit their gorgeous basilica, motherhouse, and grounds, please go to sscm.org.
May God bless you in discerning your vocation!