Tuesday, July 15, 2008

6 Effective Habits of Vocational Recruiting

6 Effective Habits of Vocational Recruiting Newspaper Cites the Eucharist and Dads Among Key Secrets

NORTH HAVEN, Connecticut, FEB. 6, 2006 (Zenit.org). - Dioceses reporting successful rates of vocational recruitment have something in common, says the National Catholic Register.

In a summary of reporter Tim Drake's article "Vocations Surge" in a recent issue, the Register compiled a list of "six habits of highly effective dioceses.

"The first habit was putting the Eucharist at the center of vocational work.

In an editorial the newspaper explained: "Eucharistic adoration is especially effective because it draws sharp attention to the great gift that makes the priesthood so extraordinary and so needed -- we have the priesthood to thank for God's real presence in the Blessed Sacrament."

And the dynamic of silent Eucharistic adoration inevitably leads to the question, 'What do you want me to do, Lord?'

"Read complete article here:

Thanks to my friend, Melissa, for this info.


Lee Gilbert said...

The link does not lead directly or indirectly to the article as far as I have ben able to discover

Easter A. said...

Hi Lee,
I am sorry to hear that. I did try it twice and I didn't have any problems. Please do try clicking on it again.