Effective strategies & expert support for Vocation Offices
An Extension of your Vocation Office Staff
Most Vocation Directors have a long “wish list” of projects that they don’t have the time or expertise to accomplish. That’s exactly why Vianney Vocations exists. We act as an extension of your staff, bringing 10+ years of experience working with other Vocation Offices.
Essentially, we provide behind-the-scenes support for events, communications, planning, and more.
Since 2009, we have worked with over 100 dioceses. Instead of re-inventing the wheel, we’ll help you focus on the most effective ways to raise vocation awareness and reach young people.
Assess your current efforts and create a Vocation Plan
Re-ignite enthusiasm for fostering vocations throughout the diocese
Ensure events are well-promoted and well-attended
Help parishes and schools inspire young people
Clean, beautiful, functional websites to serve as the hub of your online communications.
Regular communication to inspire and educate candidates. We also have a version for vocation promoters.
Design & Promotion
Annual Seminarian Posters
Beautiful seminarian posters, custom- designed with your theme. Includes enrollment in gopriest.com.
Great-looking printed materials to promote events, encourage prayer, and inspire youth.
Strategy & Planning
We assess the Vocation Office’s efforts in several key areas and help you clarify the areas to strengthen and prioritize.
In consultation with you and your bishop, we help you develop a three-year plan that is practical, reasonable, and effective.
Focus on priestly identity and helping pastors become the ‘vocation directors’ of their own parishes.
Diocesan-wide events to re-ignite your focus on vocations. Created to help lay people understand and embrace their role in creating a culture of vocations.
Getting started with Vianney Vocations
The first step is a phone call to talk about your diocesan situation and the needs of the Vocation Office.
For many projects, we can work via phone, video call, and email. For larger engagements, we often begin with an in-person meeting to get to know you, your staff, and the diocese.
In all our work, we always emphasize the dignity of the priesthood and the spiritual nature of God’s call. Our aim is to help you attract spiritually healthy men who will serve God’s people faithfully.