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Funding our vocational needs – What is the new “normal”?

June 30, 2020 2pm EST
Presented by: John Flanagan of Laboure Society

Many dioceses and religious institutions are facing difficult financial times. Will the old funding methods work in a post Covid- 19 society? What role should our seminarians play in it?  Join us to discuss current options and potential opportunities.

The Labouré Society exists to provide financial assistance and spiritual support to individuals who must resolve education loans in order to pursue a vocation to the priesthood and/or religious life in the Catholic Church. Our vision is a world where Catholic priests, sisters and brothers exist in adequate numbers to fill the worlds needs; where young people everywhere who feel they are called to the priesthood or religious life have the opportunity to pursue that calling.