The Denver Catholic Young Adult network is your hub for events, ministries and movements that strive to bring young adults into an encounter with Jesus and authentic Christian community. From this shared encounter authentic Christian community can grow. When we come together for prayer, edification and friendship, we find the fuel required to live out our faith in a public way. Rooted in parish life and the sacraments, we must also continue searching for new and courageous ways to take the Gospel to God’s people wherever they are found.
Discern Your Vocation
A vocation is a calling from God. Each person is called by God to a divine vocation. For some people, their vocation is to the priesthood or religious life, but for others it is a call to marriage. Our vocation must be properly discerned so that we know where God is leading us and how he wants us to live our lives. There is no app for vocation discernment. Discernment is a process. A vocation begins with Christ. In prayerful dialogue with Christ, and proper discernment, we can find the path of life that God is calling us to.
Fr. Ryan O’Neill, Vocations Director for the Archdiocese of Denver
Young Men’s Discernment Group
How do I find God’s will for my life? Using wisdom from St. Ignatius of Loyola and his Spiritual Exercises, this bi-monthly meeting will offer young men ages 18-35 the tools to help them discern the call of the Lord, whether it be to marriage, priesthood, religious life, or consecrated life. The group will also offer guidance in how to make major life decisions regarding career, relationships and lifestyle.
Meets First and Third Thursdays each month from 7-8:30pm, November through June at the Lanteri Center for Ignatian Spirituality.
Call Fr. Greg at 303.298.1498 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info!