Vocation and Ministry

“Each one heard them speaking in his own language” (Acts 2, 6)

The concrete guidelines for the pastoral care for vocations do not come only from a correct theology of vocation, but through some operational principles, in which the vocational perspective is the soul and the unifying criterion of all pastoral work.

We all need to care for vocations. It is not only for purely ministerial duty but rather out of concern for the “sheep without a shepherd”.

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