Vocations Anonymous Test A self-test, just for you!
Check all statements that apply to you.
◊ Do you find your weekly ministry more life-giving and energizing than your 40-hour work week?
◊ Do you hide vocation literature under your bed or away in your closet?
◊ Do you feel called to give more or be more?
◊ Does the idea of becoming a brother, sister, or priest keeping coming back time and time again?
◊ Does your relationship with God sustain you, enliven you, invigorate you in such a way that you want to share the Good News with others?
◊ Do you long for “MORE”?
◊ Do you have a sneaking suspicion that you are on the brink of a major life decision?
◊ Are you afraid to tell friends and family that you are thinking about a Church vocation?
◊ Do you feel a recurring tug in your heart to serve others more?
If you checked five or more of the statements above, then you may have a vocation to the priesthood or religious life!
Let us know how we can help you! Sister Beverly Carlin is vocation director for the Sisters of St. Joseph of Concordia; her phone number is 785-220-7996 and her email is email@example.com
(From “Vocations Anonymous: A handbook for adults discerning priesthood and religious life,” by Sister Kathleen Bryant, RSC, Archdiocese of Los Angeles Vocation Office, published by National Coalition of Church Vocations)