Vocation Ministry

HUGE NEWS! Vocation Ministry is collaborating with the Diocese of Lansing Office of Vocations to give discerners and women interested an inside look into convent life! We have 6 incredible communities, each having 45 minutes to give you a behind the scenes look and then 10 minutes of Q & A.
Register using the above link and then you will receive an email with the zoom link and more information. Only those who are registered will be allowed into the zoom event. It will NOT be a Facebook Live event. We know this will be amazing! Join us!

Purpose: To help all parishioners to recognize, encourage and support potential religious vocations. Introduce and create a culture of religious vocation awareness for the children, adolescents and young adults of the parish. To have this mission result in priestly and religious vocations from St. Helen Parish and Indian River County.

Time Commitment: Committee members meet the second Thursday of each month from 11 a.m. to Noon. Volunteer time commitment varies.

Events & Activities:

  • Mass for Vocations is at 8:30 a.m. the 2nd Wednesday of each month at St. Helen Church.
  • Eucharistic Adoration is the first Friday of the month in the Eucharistic Chapel at Holy Cross Church.
  • National Vocation Awareness Week celebrations.
  • Sponsorship the St. Helen Altar Server Appreciation Dinner
  • Trips / Tours to St. Vincent de Paul Regional Seminary in Boynton
  • Beach, FL

Contact: Maxine Gallagher, 772-257-5713, E: trinitymg517@gmail.com

St. John Vianney, College Seminary in Miami Florida is hosting a Vocation Awareness Weekend March 13 to 15, 2020. Download the registration:

Bus trip to St. Vincent de Paul Seminary. What a wonderful day!

Enjoy this article on how one Church had seven priests ordained in 7 years: