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The most recent novitiate class is featured in a photo essay in the VISION Vocation Guide for 2015. The article and photos capture an insight into the Brothers’ formation during their experience in the Novitiate.
VISION Vocation Guide is a publication of the National Religious Vocation Conference, which provides online and print directories of religious communities and a variety of articles and online resources for vocation discernment.
The 2015 edition features Pope Francis on the cover and introduces the theme of the upcoming Year of Consecrated Life, Wake Up the World. The Year of Consecrated Life will be a threefold opportunity for renewal of men and women in consecrated life, thanksgiving and appreciation for their lived witness, and an invitation to young people to consider their vocation. In the words of Pope Francis, “Wake up the world! Be witnesses of a different way of doing things, of acting, of living! It is possible to live differently in this world.”
The De La Salle Christian Brothers are the largest group of lay religious men in the Catholic Church dedicated exclusively to education.
Brother James Joost, FSC, Auxiliary Visitor of the District of San Francisco New Orleans, wrote the VISION article and provided the pictures.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]