Missionaries of the Sacred Heart, an Australian community, in a worldwide religious congregation.
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- Published: Friday, 05 April 2019 23:21
VOCATION POSTERS - DO THEY COMMUNICATE? DO THEY ATTRACT?
Here are some MSC posters from the US and the Philippines. The Philippines MSC have a Facebook site, often posting a range of posters.
We can check with some definitions and descriptions
Definition of vocation.
1a : a summons or strong inclination to a particular state or course of action especially : a divine call to the religious life. b : an entry into the priesthood or a religious order. 2a : the work in which a person is employed : occupation. b : the persons engaged in a particular occupation. Philippines posters:
is the process in which men or women in the Catholic Church discern, or recognize, their vocation in the church. The vocations are the life as layman in the world, either married or single, the ordained life and the consecrated life.
US personalised posters.
And people say:
- A strong feeling of suitability for a particular career or occupation.
- ‘He was born in a Kerry farming community in 1938 and, in his early 20s, he received his vocation to enter the priesthood.’
- ‘And this pope actually had a deep influence on my own vocation to the priesthood.’
- ‘‘Teaching is a vocation as well as a profession,’ is John's guiding principle.’
- ‘I imagine that most people who go into the Police Service have a strong sense of vocation.’
- ‘The newspaper has a new astrologer and he found his vocation following careers in the Royal Navy, hotels and catering.’
- ‘I commend the New Zealanders who continue to study for those professions, regardless of the many disincentives, because they have a vocation and a real desire to help others.’
- ‘Marty perceives his mentoring not as a career but as a vocation and a faith commitment.’