UP Catholic 01 15 2016 E Edition Page 15

www.upcatholic.org THE U.P. CATHOLIC VOCATIONS January 15, 2016 15 -Msgr. Michael, Fr. Dominic, Deacons Dean, Don, Jack, Louis, and Tom, Parish Staff and Parishioners of St. Peter Cathedral and St. Mary Mission Deacon Aaron, know that you are in our prayers, with great appreciation for your generous 'yes' to the Lord. As you near Ordination to the Priesthood, we entrust you to the Lord's mercy daily! Deacon Aaron Nowicki MANY VOCATIONS BEGIN WITH A SIMPLE INVITATION. Father Ben Hasse, Director of Vocations 1004 Harbor Hills Drive Marquette, MI 49855-8851 bhasse@dioceseofmarquette.org (906) 290-2434 Please pray for our Diocesan Seminarians: Br. Romeo Cappella Matthew Chartier Christian Flagstadt Br. Michael Kowalewski Dustin Larson Thomas Merkel Benjamin Rivard Deacon Aaron Nowicki Deacon Jernej Sustar Probably something like this! DIOCESE OF MARQUETTE VOCATIONS Ever wonder what your son's extended family will look like if he became a priest? Sisters in formation SISTER LAURIE SULLIVAN FRANCISCAN SISTERS OF PERPETUAL ADORATION YEAR OF VOWS: Second BORN: July 16 HOME PARISH: St. Joseph, Perkins PARENTS: Dorothy & Morrell (deceased) Sullivan SISTER PRISCILLA DE GUZMAN ST. PAUL DE CHARTRES YEAR OF VOWS: Second BORN: May 13 HOME PARISH: St. Casimir, Los Angeles, Calif. PARENTS: Policarpia Paras & Emilino De Guzman The Discalced Carmelite Nuns of Holy Cross Monas- tery in Iron Mountain cur- rently have three novices. With the reception of the holy habit, the novice becomes an official member of the com- munity and begins a two-year period of more intense prepa- ration for her first profession. Throughout the six years of formation, new members are fradually introduced into the life and obligations of a clois- tered Carmelite Nun. They experience the joy that comes from a life totally consecrated to the Lord within the heart of the Church. Prayer for Vocations Father, we're your people, the work of your hands. So precious are we in your sight that you sent your Son, Jesus. Jesus calls us to heal the broken-hearted, to dry the tears of those who mourn, to give hope to those who despair, and to rejoice in your steadfast love. We, the baptized, realize our call to serve. Help us to know how. Call forth from among us priests, sisters, brothers and lay ministers. With our hearts you continue to love your people. We ask this through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son,who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God forever and ever. Amen More prayers available online at: www.usccb.org

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