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Home Landing Page This page location is: GRpriests Sign In Announcements & News The Calling Education Our Seminarians Priesthood The First Step Announcements & News Libraries Drop Off Library Lists Parishes Priests The Calling Vocation Stories Education Our Seminarians Andrew M. Ayers Dominic T. Couturier Mitchell E. Dietrich Deacon Stephen J. Durkee Deacon Steven W. Geerling Michael J. Goodwin Johnathan W. Johnson Deacon Kyle J. Kilpatrick Robert C. Mulderink Daniel R. Orris, Jr. Anthony I. Preston David J. Sacha Michael M. Steffes, Jr. Noah I. Thelen Cody J. Armock David A. Jameson Eric B. Rewa Logan C. Weber William L. Beers Jacob M Zemaitis David J. Bridge Timothy F. Wheeler Priesthood The First Step Resources for Parents Announcements & News “What was visible in our Savior has passed over into his mysteries.” St. Leo the Great “And if [we are] children, then heirs, heirs of God and fellow heirs with Christ.” Rom 8:17 “The priest continues [Christ’s] work of redemption on earth.” St. John Vianney Consider a life that changes lives "The discernment of a vocation is above all the fruit of an intimate dialogue between the Lord and his disciples.” Pope Benedict XVI, April 16, 2008 “I will bless you…so that you will be a blessing.” Gen 12:2b Welcome... ?Welcome to the website for the Office of Priestly Vocations of the Diocese of Grand Rapids, MI. This year twenty-three men from our diocese will be in seminary formation programs in preparation for ordination. These men are dedicated Catholics who love the Church and its traditions. Each of them is open to how God is calling them to grow and mature in preparation for the life of priesthood. But most importantly, they are men who enjoy life to the fullest. Every Christian has a vocation, a calling from God to live his or her life in a certain manner. Some are called to the vocation of marriage, some to consecrated life, and others to the priesthood and/or religious life. The call to priesthood is an invitation to take part more fully in the life and ministry of Jesus. This call is discovered in a variety of ways, including prayer, participation in the life of the Church, and involvement with the People of God. All of these are important. While there’s no one right or wrong way to proceed, if you believe you are being are being called to the priesthood please take the time to consider what God is asking of you. This may take months, or even years. Some know when they are very young that they want to become a priest. Others realize it later in life, sometimes after getting a college education or starting a career. Some who hear God’s call to the priesthood act on it right away. Others, like the prophet Samuel (1 Sam. 3:1-10) and apostle Andrew (John 1:31-40), need a little encouragement. If you believe you have heard God calling you to become a priest, don’t ignore it. Help to bring it into focus by reflecting on what this special invitation means. Pray about it, and listen for God’s response. As you think about whether or not you should be a priest, questions you might ask yourself include: Am I willing to serve God with a generous heart? Am I trying to deepen my relationship with God through prayer? Is my life as fulfilling as it could be? When I hear the Word of God, do I want to share it with others? Can I live my life without worldly things like fame, pleasure, and wealth? Is the desire to be a priest something that I keep hearing in my heart over and over again? Do I have a deep love and reverence for the Holy Eucharist? Have others encouraged me to consider the priesthood? Are there priests whom I greatly admire? Do I know holy priests I can talk to about becoming a priest? If you feel that everything said here describes you and your life, contact Rev. Ronald D. Hutchinson, Director of Priestly Vocations, to learn more. Road Trip Reunion The Vianney Visit took place in November 2016 and was attended by 13 high school students who have an interest in the Seminary. They followed up their visit with a Road Trip Reunion in December to further discuss the Seminary life with current Seminarians. If you are interested in visiting the seminary next fall it will take place in November 2017. Contact the Office of Priestly Vocations to reserve your spot! Learn more about... ?The Process of Discernment The Diocese of Grand Rapids Bishop David J. Walkowiak Diocesan Priesthood (USCCB link) Features ? 2016 Ordinations? ? Multimedia ?Cathedral Mass (10am, Sun.) LIVE BROADCAST | On demand ? ?Visit us on Facebook Resources Discernment Opportunities in the diocese? Additional Vocations Sites PDF of Vocations Awareness Week 2016 ?World Day of Prayer 2017 Resources.pdf World Day of Prayer 2017 Prayercardfinal.pdf World Day of Prayer 2017 poster.pdf world day of prayer 2017 bulletin insert.pdf World Day of Prayer 2017 school resources.pdf Home Priests Conditions of Use | Contact Webmaster | Maps & Directions Roman Catholic Diocese of Grand Rapids | 360 Division Ave. S. | Grand Rapids, MI 49503 | 616.243.0491 | Fax 616.243.4910 Similar Website

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