The word vocation is derived from the latin word 'vocare', meaning to 'call'. Vocation is therefore about a 'call' in our lives. 
Many people believe that to have  a vocation is an exclusive call to the priesthood or religious life and whilst this is true in part, each and everyone of us has a unique vocation, called by the Lord through our Baptism, to a life of Holiness  and the discovery of which is a key step on our journey of faith.

For many of us, our vocation is manifest through marriage or through single life,others however are called to the service of the Church, through consecrated life as a religious or through ordained ministry. 


Ordained Ministry


Consecrated Life

Single Life

If you think you might have a vocation or just a desire to become a priest, a deacon or a religious, seek advice from your parish priest or contact:

Vocations Director
Fr Adrian Wilcock
​Church of the Immaculate Conception,
Coleshill Street,

Tel: 01352 732245

Curial Office: 01978 262726

Vocations Awareness Day

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