On March 5, 2020, a medical council held in the Vatican examined the case of the sudden recovery
of Jean Emile Rasolofo, a religious vocationist.
Archbishop Turek, Undersecretary of the Congregation for the Causes of Saints,
said that this council of seven doctors, recognized by qualified majority that
Jean Emile Rasolofo’s sudden recovery is SCIENTIFICALLY UNEXPLAINABLE.
He added that possibly there will be a theological council before Easter,
in June the Consistory will be held and possibly in October
the CANONIZATION OF BLESSED JUSTINO RUSSOLILLO will take place.
Is God Calling You?
How Do You Know When God is Calling You?
By the grace of God and the virtue of our baptism, we all have a vocation. We are all called to live a life of holiness and service. The challenge is to figure out and understand how God wants us to live out that call.
. Should I get married?
. Should I become a religious person?
. Should I remain single?
VOCATIONIST FATHERS can help you discover if becoming a Catholic priest is the right choice for you and your faith. We are here to guide you in discerning God’s plan for your life, as you begin this exciting spiritual journey and explore the options open to you. If you decide this is your call, we will help you to become a Catholic priest.
Society of Divine Vocations
The Society of Divine Vocations, also known as the VOCATIONIST FATHERS, is a religious congregation founded by Blessed Fr. Justin Maria Russolillo, S.D.V., in Pianura, Naples – Italy in 1920. Blessed Fr. Justin also founded the Vocationist Sisters and Apostles of Universal Sanctification.
The Vocationist Fathers has its main charism as “identifying and fostering vocations to the priesthood and religious life, especially among the less privileged”.
We work in Vocationaries, parishes, schools, and missions. Currently, our missionary spirit serves the people of God in Italy, Brazil, U.S.A., Argentina, Nigeria, Philippines, India, Madagascar, Colombia, Ecuador, Indonesia, United Kingdom, and Chile.
Blessed Father Justin said,“A Vocationary is a religious house where, in a spirit of prayer and study, we educate and guide – free of charge – candidates who wish to dedicate themselves to a life of service to the Lord, but who are not oriented yet towards diocesan priesthood or religious congregations.”
For more information on becoming a Vocationist Father or Brother,
please contact our Director of Vocations