• Fr. Michael Buckley
  • Fr. David Boroff
  • Ordination Class - 2010
VOCATIONS - BISHOP SHERIDAN'S WELCOME

Father, in your plan for our salvation you provide shepherds for your people. Fill your Church with the spirit of courage and love. Raise up worthy ministers for your altars and ardent but gentle servants of the gospel.

Grant this through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.

The Roman Missal

Dear friends in Christ,

On behalf of the Diocese of Colorado Springs, thank you for seeking information on Catholic vocations. Whether you are actively discerning a vocation to the Priesthood, Diaconate, Consecrated Life, or Marriage we hope to provide you with information to help in your discernment. If you are interested in knowing more about the priesthood or the religious life I invite you to contact me, at 719-866-6486.

In addition you will find resources on this web site, and I also encourage you to talk with your Parish Priest or spiritual director.

Assuring you of my prayers for you, I am

Sincerely yours in Christ,
Most Reverend Michael J. Sheridan
Signature
Bishop of Colorado Springs



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A Message from Pope Benedict XVI

Prayer itself, born in Catholic families, nurtured by programs of Christian formation, strengthened by the grace of the sacraments, is the first means by which we come to know the Lord’s will for our lives. To the extent that we teach young people to pray, and to pray well, we will be cooperating with God’s call. Programs, plans and projects have their place; but the discernment of a vocation is above all the fruit of an intimate dialogue between the Lord and his disciples. Young people, if they know how to pray, can be trusted to know what to do with God’s call.

Pope Benedict XVI