Vocations

Do you see yourself in this photo?
Are you beginning to think God does?
A Priest? A Sister? A Friar?
Join others discerning their vocations to the priesthood and/or religious life.

If you are interested in meeting with us, sign up here!

Priesthood, Consecrated Life,

and Dedicated Single Life

Some people experience an attraction given by God to live their Christian life and service to the Church as a priest/religious. This attraction ought to be discerned through the help of a vocation director which each diocese and religious community has.

To become a priest of the Archdiocese of Denver, you can access a person to help you through the archdiocesan website: www.archden.org.

To explore a calling as a Dominican priest, brother, cloistered nun or active sister; please contact the Vocations director for the Province of St. Albert the Great at vocations@opcentral.org or visit www.opvocations.org.

Everyone should view the single life also as a calling from God. Single life emphasizes the uniqueness of the individual and a joyful participation in building the reign of God, which bears a powerful witness in the church and the world.