Renew the Church by inspiring vocations
Services for Vocation Offices
Renew a culture of vocations in your diocese with strategy and support from our expert team.
Vianney Vocations has served more than 125 Dioceses and 4,200 Parishes
“Vianney Vocations is a true
co-worker in the vineyard.”
Fr. Chris Martin
Archdiocese of St. Louis
“I highly recommend the team at Vianney Vocations as a ministry partner to any Vocation Director—they will make your job a lot easier”
Fr. Jonathan Raia
Diocese of Austin
“Their work is amazing and exactly what the Church needs at this time!”
Diocese of Davenport
DISCIPLESHIP & DISCERNMENT
Marketing does not produce vocations. Rather, we believe the only solution to the vocation crisis is discipleship. When young Catholics say, “Jesus, I give my life to you!” it leads naturally to the question, “Lord, what should I do with my life?” An authentic encounter with God, followed by sincere, open discernment is the surest path to increasing vocations.
MORE VOCATION PROJECTS
We’re always looking for new ways to inspire young Catholics.
Men’s Discernment Groups
Discern the priesthood with the support of others. More than 11,000 young men have participated in Melchizedek Project groups as they discern the priesthood.
Women’s Discernment Groups
Avow is a discussion group for young women who use the book Discerning Religious Life as a guide for learning about religious life, prayer, and principles of discernment
Men in participating dioceses can request free copies of To Save a Thousand Souls and Is Jesus Calling You to Be a Catholic Priest? Included when we design your diocese’s seminarian poster.
Invisible Monastery is a worldwide community of people committed to praying for vocations. Members pledge to pray daily, weekly, or monthly.
A K-12 Curriculum for both schools and parishes, focused on teaching catholic kids about marriage, priesthood, consecrated life, and how to listen to God’s call
The Augustine Way
A new path to purity. This innovative blend of spirituality and psychology disrupts ingrained habits and helps participants establish long-term patterns of chastity.