Join an afternoon of exploring what vocation means in today’s society.
Discover your call to the vocation of marriage, single life, priesthood, consecrated or religious life
DATE: Sunday, 17th October 2021
VENUE: St Eugene’s Hall, Derry
REGISTER: firstname.lastname@example.org or 028 7126 2894
An Introduction to the Day
On Sunday, 17th October, St. Eugene’s Cathedral Parish are organising a Day of Discernment which will be the first in a series of four days of reflection on the theme of Vocation. In Sacred Scripture, when a prophet is called there normally follows a pattern of: The Call, The Doubt, The Reassurance and finally The Acceptance.
This first day will focus specifically on God calling? How does he call? What does he call us to? How do we know God is calling us?
With the support and accompaniment of those who have experience in the practice of discernment, we will help participants identity the signs of God’s call and allow them to respond with confidence and faith.
Fr Stephen Quinn: Fr Stephen Quinn is a member of the Carmelite Community at Termonbacca. A native of Belfast, Fr Stephen was ordained to the Priesthood in 2004 for the Diocese of Down and Connor. In 2018, he made his final profession in Termonbacca in the Carmelite Order and shortly afterwards was appointed Prior of the Community at Termonbacca. Fr Stephen also serves as a member of the Council of Priests.
Marguerite Hamilton – Marguerite Hamilton is a member of the Columba Community. In 1977, he began her teaching career at Thornhill College and was formally recognised for her outstanding Pastoral Care and served as Principal until 2017.
We look forward to seeing you there.
The world offers you comfort. But you were not made for comfort. You were made for greatness
Pope Benedict XVI