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Friday, July 17, 2009
Help Needed with Vocation Blogs

This message is from Mark. If you are able to help or know of someone that may be able to assist, please comment below.

Traditional Vocations blog:

A blog to promote vocations to Traditional societies and religious orders using the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite, including religious communities for women. We have featured just about all communities we can find in English, but it would be helpful for others to pick up news from near and far, especially translations of non-English material.

FSSP Vocations Scotland & Ireland:

A specialist blog to foster Priestly Vocations to the Priestly Fraternity of St Peter (FSSP) from Scotland and Ireland; however, we are looking at changing this to either be the whole of the UK, or just everywhere (i.e. non-geographic). Particular help would be appreciated here to include a balanced set of news, and also information about the various Apostolates around the world and any Vocation retreats, should we go that way. We'll also need a new, but as tasteful, header image.

Anyone interested in helping out, please reply or message me. ...also, if anyone is interested in helping out with In the Sight of the Angels, then let me know, but Jane'll have to vet you first!!

God bless you all...


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