Over the last few years, there has been a huge increase in lay vocations. – lay people who feel called to do more but for whom vowed life is not an option. Through various branches of the Vincentian family, opportunities are offered to explore your faith through a shared charism and to live your faith through action.
“We need more occasions for the faith formation of lay persons. Such formation cannot be limited to reflections on structures alone but above all on enabling people to enter into dialogue with the Word to be ministers who can make that Word talk in today’s world. Education in the faith is a lifelong process.”
Archbishop Diarmuid Martin