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Vocation in Times of Pandemic

In the context of the pandemic, there can be reasons for giving up the path of vocational discernment. However, today we are also challenged to make decisions, setting foot on the path with perseverance, humility and responsibility.

‘Investing’ in Vocation

Nobody is happy alone, so it is necessary to make the vocational discernment with realism and responsibility, a path marked by interdependence and the autonomy of those who look and live life with maturity.

Vocation Is Not Indifferent To Reality

We live in the world and our life is not indifferent to the concrete reality that challenges us every day. And it is in the world that vocation is realized, developed and bears fruit.

Where to Start From?

Vocational discernment is a dynamic process that requires the ability to place oneself in the present and to walk with understanding and perseverance towards the realization of authentic happiness.

Vocation in the Community

To dare to follow a path of integral vocational discernment accompanied by the community is to dare to confront oneself and give a Christian response to the concerns of today’s world.

Motivated by Real Hope

Youth is a blessing and a call to life, a phase not only marked by dreams and hopes, but also by experiences and options that shape a life project.

We Are a Mission

In vocation, the missionary dimension is always present. We are a mission. Therefore, we put ourselves at the service of all those we love, those around us and even those who live beyond borders.

The Price of Happiness

The price of happiness and of any authentic vocation is to believe in happiness based on what we truly are, on the faith that inhabits us and what we share with those who accompany us.

Interpreting, Recognizing, Choosing

On the path of vocational discovery and discernment, it is essential to develop processes of questioning, interpretation, recognition and choice.

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