I’m not a ‘walker’, a Sunday stroll with my family or the odd extended walk across the moors at a very leisurely pace is usually my limit. However, a friend and I decided we would join this year’s walk for vocations and set off with the group on Sunday afternoon. What an enjoyable afternoon it [...]
When the suggestion was first made to me that we should have a ‘walk for vocations’, I had a gut instinct that it was the right thing to do. Only later did I discover that it was hard to put into words just why it’s the right thing to do. We’ll be walking from Robin [...]
Why I’m going on the Walk for Vocations on Sunday 18th July
by Fr William Massie, Vocations Director
Because actions speak louder than words. It’ll be good to meet up with people from across the Diocese, all of whom care about priesthood and want to encourage vocations.
The walk has been planned for the afternoon so that [...]
To be a seminarian is to say to Jesus ‘You are first in my life’ and to try and live out that decision every day. It’s not an easy decision but it is a very good one. Any time a person makes this kind of decision for God in their life, we are challenged. We [...]
[ Sunday July 18, 2010; ] In 2006 we had our first Vocations Walk – which was enjoyed by many and worth repeating in 2010. Whilst a week-long walk isn’t going to be possible, a date has been chosen for our second Walk – one day – on 18 July.
Bishop Terence will be leading the walk along with [...]