Vocation Resources

Invisible Monastery Promotional Resources

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Vocation Prayer Cards

Vianney Vocations offers a large selection of vocation specific prayer cards for both women and men. Take a look at their selection, and order quantities according to your needs.

Holy Hour to Intercede for Vocations

Interceding before Our Lord in the Eucharist is one of the most powerful ways we can pray for vocations. This 12-page booklet leads participants through a traditional Holy Hour, with all the standard prayers, but with vocation-themed readings and meditations. There is a good balance between silent adoration and common prayer.

  • Traditional hymns in English and Latin
  • Four options for vocations-themed Gospel readings
  • Intercession for the Priests in My Life
  • Meditation on My Personal Vocation Witness
  • Vocation Meditations from the Holy Father
  • Litany of the Saints for Vocations
  • Petitions for Vocations

The booklet is illustrated with beautiful woodcut imagery from traditional prayer books.

Holy Hour to Know My Vocation

The booklet leads participants through three powerful meditations in the tradition of Ignatian spirituality. It can be used by individuals, or in the context of a Holy Hour with the Blessed Sacrament enthroned. The first meditation is on God’s unlimited forgiveness. The second is an adaption of the “meditation on the two standards” by St. Ignatius. The third is a variant of Fr. Brett Brannen’s powerful “What can I live without” meditation that helps young people prayerfully consider marriage, priesthood, or consecrated life. (This guide is useful for both men and women.) Included are scripture readings and the traditional prayers and hymns used in Eucharistic benediction.

“It would be good… to organize an Invisible Monastery in which many persons, day and night, are committed to continuous prayer for priestly vocations.”