The diocese of Killaloe is delighted to announce the appointmemt of Ms. Joanne O’Brien as diocesan Youth Officer….Read more >
Understanding God's Call
The Lord has a plan for each of us; he calls each one of us by name. Our task is to learn how to listen, to perceive his call, to be courageous and faithful in following him and, when all is said and done, to be found trustworthy servants who have used well the gifts given us.
Pope Benedict XVI
A young woman thinking about her vocation Through baptism God calls us all to follow Christ. Calls us to live according to the Gospel. Calls us to be holy. People respond to this call in many different ways. Some people follow this calling through religious life.
Such a call may come as a sense of longing for something more; a desire to commit one’s life completely to Christ; wanting to be of service to others in and through the Church; a suggestion or invitation from another. God’s call to each of us is as personal and individual as we are, but it is always a call to love, to freedom, to fullness of life.
“I have loved you with an everlasting love therefore I have called you.”
For Information on Vocations to the Priesthood or Religious Life Contact the Vocations Director Fr. Ignatius McCormack, President, St Flannans College, Ennis, Co. Clare or any one of the Diocesan Vocations Committee:Bishop Fintan Monahan, Fr. Iggy McCormack, Mr. Jimmy Carmody, Ms Marion Nixon, Fr. Brendan Quinlivan, Fr. Ger Jones, Mr. Jimmy Morris, Sr. John Bosco, Fr. Ger Jones, Mr. Ray McInerney, Ms. Chris Lemass.
Congrats and well done to all involved in organising the annual Novena at Dromelihy. The opening Mass was…Read more >