Who | What | Where | When | Why
Evenings to discern priesthood, open to Catholic men, begin at 6:30 p.m., and are located at Holy Family Parish Rectory, Latrobe. The night is based on the book To Save A Thousand Souls and RSVP is requested to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Dates include: May 1, 15, & 29, and June 12.
About the Melchizedek Project
The Melchizedek Project educates and inspires Catholic men to consider a vocation to priesthood. They help begin discernment groups on college campuses, as well at Catholic high schools and parish youth groups. The Melchizedek Project is a free program that provides resources for starting vocation discernment groups.
Catholic men meet to pray about their lives, listen for God’s voice, and get serious about answering his call. Their handbook is To Save a Thousand Souls by Fr. Brett Brannen, the ultimate guide for discerning a vocation to the Catholic priesthood.
The overriding theme of the discussions is discipleship: Am I willing to follow Christ no matter what the cost, no matter what the call? Will I choose to trust his will for me, and courageously go where he leads?
LEARN MORE about the vision of the program and how to request a free sample packet.