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Category Archives: Vocation
Sr Jean CHN tells us how she first experienced her call to be a nun: I was only in my early teens when the thought first came to me that I was called to be a nun and I dismissed … Continue reading
Victims of modern slavery walk through the doors of St Chrysostom’s Church week by week. Not far from us the Medaille Trust, with whom we have a special relationship, does outstanding work in helping such people. Recently we’ve begun an … Continue reading
Is God calling you to ministry in the Church? Think and pray about it! That’s just what a group of people from all over England (and Holland) did a few days ago at the Vocations Weekend organised by the Society … Continue reading
Revd Dr Kim Wasey, assistant priest at St Chrysostom’s writes: For over 15 years St Chrysostom’s Church has been welcoming young people to spend a year as a Parish Assistant supporting them in exploring and developing their vocations. Many have completed the selection … Continue reading