The Vocations Show: Episode 4


The Vocations Show: Helping you tune in to God’s call.

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On this weeks show:

1. Interview with Sr Mary Madeline Todd OP

“Life is not accidental.  Life is intentional.  God has a plan for our lives”
After a car accident nearly took her life as a teenager, Sr Mary Madeline OP was lead to seriously ask God “what did you make me for?”  Her honest search lead her to the Dominican Sisters of St Cecilia, Australia and now to the Angelicum in Rome.

2. Br Ben Johnson’s Story

“I really surrendered and said ‘Lord, I’m confused about this, I don’t know what’s happening.  If you want this for me, you have to give me some direction.’ And that became my prayer over and over again.”
Br Ben was at uni when he started to suspect God was calling him to a particular mission.  Hear about why Ben wanted a great career ended up with an even greater vocation!

3. Ask Fr Michael

Got a vocations question?Leave your question on the message bank at 02 8005 1530 or email them to [email protected]If you want the question to be anonymous, let us know in your message.

4. News & Events

Silence and Solitude Sundays (15 May 2011)
Capuchin Franciscan Friars Discernment Retreat (1-3 April 2011)
Retreat for men discerning Priesthood (8-10 April 2011)
Dominican Sisters of St Cecilia Discernment Retreat (27-29 May 2011)
For information and details call 9390 5937 or email [email protected]

5. Scriptural Reflection with Dr Robert Tilley

This is the fourth in a series of 8 reflections on the call and vocation of biblical figures.Dr Robert Tilley is a lecturer in biblical studies and ancient languages at the Catholic Institute of Sydney and in Christian literature at the Aquinas Academy.  Dr Tilley received his Master’s and Doctoral Degrees in Theology  from the University of Sydney.He is a regular a columnist for Annals Magazine.  In 2004 Dr Tilley published “Benedict XVI and the Search for Truth” on the philosophy and theology of the Pope Benedict XVI.

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