National Vocation Awareness Week Events

November 3 - 9 is National Vocation Awareness Week. There are several opportunities in November for those who are thinking about religious life in the area:

Fiat Fest
Nov. 4, 6:00-9:00 p.m.
St. Helen Church, 2085 Tallahassee Ave, Vero Beach
In honor of National Vocation Awareness Week, all middle and high school youth are invited to join us for an up close encounter with the joy of saying "yes" to a religious vocation! Join us for an Italian dinner in the parish center, followed by games, testimonies, and Q&A. We will have several priests, religious sisters, seminarians, and deacons present for you to meet. This event is free. 772-494-9837, kjordan@sthelenvero.org

Brewing Vocations
Nov. 6, 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Sailfish Brewing Co., 130 N 2nd Street, Fort Pierce
YOUNG ADULTS (ages 21-30’s) Join us for an evening surrounded by good friends, good food and good conversation. Our Q&A theme will be focused on vocations in honor of National Vocation Awareness Week! For more information call Kendel at 772-494-9837 or email kjordan@sthelenvero.org.  This event is being hosted by St. Helen Serra Ministry, St. Helen Young Adult Ministry and St. Anastasia Catholic Young Adults.

Vocation Awareness Weekend
Nov. 8-10
St. John Vianney College Seminary, 2900 SW 87th Ave. Miami, FL
Take a weekend to experience the life of a seminarian with prayer, food, sports and spiritual talks. Retreat is Free. Attendees: Single men, Junior in High School through 30’s. For more information, contact: Diocese of Palm Beach Office of Vocations, vocations@diocesepb.org, 561-775-9552. Call your parish priest for registration or the Office of Vocations.

Day in the Life of a Religious
Nov. 16, 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Sisters of the Most Holy Soul of Christ, 1042 SE 9th Street, Stuart
Have you ever wondered what a religious life looks like? The Sisters of the Most Holy Soul of Christ the Lord invite you to spend the day with them in prayer, community, fun and food.
772-286-5720 or sisters.cach@yahoo.com