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Southwark Vocations   Two thousand years ago Jesus Christ instituted the Catholic priesthood to continue his ministry here on earth. Since then the Church has ordained men to serve God and his people, recognising that some roles within the Christian community can only be performed by a priest. The priesthood is a sacrament and a ministry that is vital and irreplaceable. It is also a vocation – a calling Christ gives to those he wants to follow him in a life of love expressed in service. In these pages we try to give you some idea of the life and ministry of a diocesan priest in the Catholic Church.

National Vocations Office – The National Office for Vocation, opened in September 2002, is an Office of the Bishop’s conference of England and Wales that seeks to work collaboratively with other agencies within the Church in order to: Build a culture of vocation in the Church in England and Wales

The Holy See – the official website of the Vatican including; the papal archive, roman curia, liturgical celebrations, news service and library resource.

Zenit – an excellent news agency specialising in coverage of the Holy Father, life in the Holy See, and events of interest to the Church.

The Catholic Faith – for those enquiring into becoming a Catholic or simply wanting to know more about what Catholics believe

CAFOD is the Catholic Agency for Overseas Development. It is the official overseas development and relief agency of the Catholic Church in England and Wales. CAFOD has been fighting poverty in developing countries since 1962.

Caritas International Federation, a worldwide network of Catholic relief and development organisations.

Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN) – featuring Catholic Q and A, a Catholic Document Library, an Audio Library, Catholic News

Radiant Light – Encouragement in the Catholic Faith through the paintings and writings of Elizabeth Wang

Sacred Space – We invite you to spend ten minutes, praying here and now, as you sit at your computer with the help of on-screen guidance and scripture chosen specially every day.


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