|Colorado Vincentian Volunteers
We are a community of faith and action that responds to the Gospel call in the spirit of St. Vincent de Paul. We are young men and women, ages 22-30, who serve Denver's poor, elderly, homeless, developmentally disabled and troubled youth.
Resources for the Religious Life and Priesthood in the Catholic Church today
|Vocations in the Brothers of the Christian Schools
The De La Salle Christian Brothers is the
largest order of religious Brothers.
This site explains their unique charism and
provides useful information and guidance to
men discerning their own vocations.
|Religious Vocations Association
Provides information for anyone interested in
vocations to religious life as a contemplative
or apostolic sister, with links given to
various religious congregations for women in
Website for Catholic men and women interested in pursuing a religious vocation.
|VISION Vocation Network for Catholic Vocations
We have many exciting features to help you discern your life's calling. Whether you are interested in consecrated life—such as becoming a nun, brother, priest, or monk—or simply looking for ways to deepen your faith.
|The Melchizedek Project
Catholic men need to pray about their lives, listen for God's voice, and the ultimate guide for discerning a vocation to the Catholic priesthood.
The Institute of the Incarnate Word (IVE) was
the first branch of the Religious Family of the
Incarnate Word to be founded by Fr. Carlos
Miguel Buela in 1984.