Monthly Archives: July 2017

The Forgotten Vocation #4: Is Single Life A Vocation?

Today’s episode concludes our 4-part series on vocations. We’ve talked about consecrated life and we’ve talked about married life–what else is there to talk about? Single life!

And so the controversy begins. Some people argue that the single life is not a vocation at all, but a sort of no man’s land which exists before you find your actual vocation. In this episode we build a case for why the single life should be considered a vocation and why the single life is the poster child for the forgotten vocation.

The Forgotten Vocation #3: The Three Rings of Marriage

We are continuing the 4-part series on vocations. Today’s episode takes a look at the general vocation of marriage. We’re also going to address two of the goods of marriage, namely the good of the spouses and children.

The Forgotten Vocation #2: Religious Life Is Not A Golden Ticket

Today’s episode continues the 4-part series on vocations. We are going to be taking a look at what the vocation to religious life is. We’re also going to address an issue called ‘clericalism’ which has to do with a way in which this vocation can be forgotten to be lived as a vocation.