Monstrance for Vocations

Thank you for welcoming the Monstrance for Vocation in your parish!
Here you will find everything you need during it's stay with you.

FOR PARISHES

Thank you for your willingness to participate in this Archdiocesan project to pray for vocations to the priesthood and religious life!
 

At the Chrism Mass on Thursday, March 21, 2013, J. Peter Sartain, Archbishop of Seattle, blessed the Monstrance for Vocations.
 

Since that time, beginning in the Southern Deanery, the Monstrance has been traveling throughout the Archdiocese visiting every parish and mission to facilitate prayer for vocations to the priesthood and religious life.
 

The Monstrance for Vocations
is currently in the Eastside Deanery:

March 18-24: St. John Vianney
March 25-31: Holy Family
April 1-7: St. Monica
April 8-21: St. Joseph
April 22-May 5: St. Brendan
May 6-12: St. Jude
May 13-19: Sacred Heart
May 20-26: Mary Queen of Peace
May 27-June 2: St. Madeleine Sophie
June 3-9: Our Lady of Sorrows/St. Anthony
June 10-16: St. Teresa of Calcutta
June 17-23: St. Louise
June 24-30: St. Joseph
 

Download Materials Here:

At a parish, looking for resources on how to use the Monstrance for Vocations? Start here!

Pray a Holy Hour for Vocations with this liturgy from the USCCB Commitee on Divine Worship.

Host a Stations of the Cross for Vocations - great if you have the monstrance during Lent.

Looking for prayers to distribute in your parish or an easy prayer to pray throughout the day?

FOR DEANS

Thank you for bringing the Monstrance for Vocations to your Deanery!


After the Eastside Deanery, the Monstrance for Vocations will travel to the Snohomish Deanery (July-September), and then end its long journey throughout the Archdiocese in the Northern Deanery (October-December).


If you have any questions about the Monstrance or the process, please contact Kathleen at kathleen.koeneman@seattlearch.org.

Download Materials Here:

Are you the Dean, looking for more information about how to schedule and implement the Monstrance for Vocations in your deanery? Start here!