Vocations: Adorno Fathers & Brothers USA-Philippines Delegation

Vocations: Adorno Fathers & Brothers USA-Philippines Delegation

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This page aims to inspire and encourage possible vocations to the priesthood and or consecrated life primarily with the Adorno Fathers and Brothers but also with the diocesan and other religious communities.

Operating as usual

14/07/2021

Congratulation 🎉 GRADUATES 🎓

We the ADORNO FATHERS AND BROTHERS are praying for all of you and hoping the best for your future 🙏😇

We also pray and hope that you may consider and think 🤔 about priesthood and religious life. We are here for your inquiries or questions, let us help you 🙋🏻‍♂️

Come and Visit us...

Adorno Fathers Formation House
Sto. Domingo, Vinzons, Camarines Norte

Adorno Fathers Theology House
Tierra Maria Estates, Anilao, Lipa City, Batangas

Adorno Fathers at Marian Orchard
Malabanan, Balete, Batangas

or Call us...
Tel. (054) 875 6064
Cell 0961-903-6848

or Email us...
[email protected]

#BeAnAdorno
#AdornoVocation
#AdornoFathersBrothers

14/07/2021

Congratulation 🎉 GRADUATES 🎓

We the ADORNO FATHERS AND BROTHERS are praying for all of you and hoping the best for your future 🙏😇

We also pray and hope that you may consider and think 🤔 about priesthood and religious life. We are here for your inquiries or questions, let us help you 🙋🏻‍♂️

Come and Visit us...

Adorno Fathers Formation House
Sto. Domingo, Vinzons, Camarines Norte

Adorno Fathers Theology House
Tierra Maria Estates, Anilao, Lipa City, Batangas

Adorno Fathers at Marian Orchard
Malabanan, Balete, Batangas

or Call us...
Tel. (054) 875 6064
Cell 0961-903-6848

or Email us...
[email protected]

#BeAnAdorno
#AdornoVocation
#AdornoFathersBrothers

Congratulation 🎉 GRADUATES 🎓

We the ADORNO FATHERS AND BROTHERS are praying for all of you and hoping the best for your future 🙏😇

We also pray and hope that you may consider and think 🤔 about priesthood and religious life. We are here for your inquiries or questions, let us help you 🙋🏻‍♂️

Come and Visit us...

Adorno Fathers Formation House
Sto. Domingo, Vinzons, Camarines Norte

Adorno Fathers Theology House
Tierra Maria Estates, Anilao, Lipa City, Batangas

Adorno Fathers at Marian Orchard
Malabanan, Balete, Batangas

or Call us...
Tel. (054) 875 6064
Cell 0961-903-6848

or Email us...
[email protected]

#BeAnAdorno
#AdornoVocation
#AdornoFathersBrothers

10/07/2021

On July 11, 1987, Father Michael Marotta, CRM was ordained a priest at Saint Joseph Parish in Lodi, New Jersey. This year marks 34 years! Please pray for an increase in vocations to the priesthood and religious life!
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05/07/2021

#35yearsAdorno
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Today Fr. Michael Marotta, CRM remembers with thanksgiving 35 years of Solemn Profession.
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22/05/2021

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17/05/2021

Religious Community of the Week + Clerics Regular Minor - Adorno Fathers US-Phils Delegation

"We are a religious Order of priests and brothers founded by Saint Francis Caracciolo, Venerable Augustine Adorno and Father Fabrizio Caracciolo in 1588. By solemnly professing the four vows of Poverty, Castity, Obedience and Not Seeking Ecclesiastical Dignities, we follow the example of Jesus Christ who Himself was poor, chaste, obedient and humble.

Centered on the Holy Eucharist, we desire to sanctify ourselves and the entire People of God by imitating in our lives the Paschal Mystery of Christ."

Please pray for vocations to this community and share their information with men who may be called to serve God and the Church as religious priests and brothers.

To learn more, visit: https://www.adornofathers.org/

#Vocations #ReligiousLife #Discernment #Priesthood #ReligiousBrothers

12/05/2021

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The Conclusion of the 2nd USA- Philippines Delegation Chapter 30/04/2021

The Conclusion of the 2nd USA- Philippines Delegation Chapter

The Conclusion of the 2nd USA- Philippines Delegation Chapter As the chapter comes to a close, the fathers share the fellowship and the joy of being together in this great task of planning and discerning for the delegation. The chapter fathers thank God for a…

Patience and Fortitude in our Consecrated Life 28/04/2021

Patience and Fortitude in our Consecrated Life

Patience and Fortitude in our Consecrated Life A beautiful and inspirational letter from the Novice Master of the USA-Philippines Delegation for the Chapter Fathers and all the religious of the Order. Below is the full text: April 28, 2021 Seve…

Saint Joseph: The dream of vocation 27/04/2021

Saint Joseph: The dream of vocation

“God’s call always urges us to take a first step, to give ourselves, to press forward. There can be no faith without risk. Only by abandoning ourselves confidently to grace, setting aside our own programmes and comforts, can we truly say “yes” to God. And every “yes” bears fruit because it becomes part of a larger design, of which we glimpse only details, but which the divine Artist knows and carries out, making of every life a masterpiece.” - Pope Francis

Saint Joseph: The dream of vocation 8 December last, the one hundred fiftieth anniversary of the declaration of Saint Joseph as Patron of the Universal Church, marked the beginning of a special year devoted to him (cf. Decree of the …

2nd USA-Philippines Delegation Chapter begins today 27/04/2021

2nd USA-Philippines Delegation Chapter begins today

2nd USA-Philippines Delegation Chapter begins today The USA-Philippines delegation chapter of the Adorno Fathers begins today. As part of the preparation for the General Dieta, a midterm meeting in Rome, the Chapter Fathers gather for four days in o…

Photos from HugotSeminarista's post 25/04/2021

Photos from HugotSeminarista's post

Photos from Roman Catholic Diocese of Charleston's post 13/04/2021

Photos from Roman Catholic Diocese of Charleston's post

Photos from Roman Catholic Diocese of Charleston's post 12/04/2021

Photos from Roman Catholic Diocese of Charleston's post

08/04/2021

HAPPY ANNIVERSARY! St. Francis Caracciolo, CRM and Ven. Augustine Adorno, CRM | The founders of the CLERICS REGULAR MINOR

"AD MAIOREM RESURGENTIS GLORIAM"

Pope Francis warns priests and seminarians against worldly temptations 30/03/2021

Pope Francis warns priests and seminarians against worldly temptations

Pope Francis warns priests and seminarians against worldly temptations Pope Francis has told priests that “spiritual worldliness” is one of the worst temptations in clerical life.

Dominican, Franciscan, or Jesuit? The Differences Between Catholic Religious Orders | 26/03/2021

Dominican, Franciscan, or Jesuit? The Differences Between Catholic Religious Orders |

Dominican, Franciscan, or Jesuit? The Differences Between Catholic Religious Orders | How many religious orders are there? What are the differences? 🤔

Consecrated women and men are ‘witnesses to the beauty of God’ - Vatican News 26/03/2021

Consecrated women and men are ‘witnesses to the beauty of God’ - Vatican News

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Consecrated women and men are ‘witnesses to the beauty of God’ - Vatican News Cardinal João Bráz de Aviz marks the 25th anniversary of the Apostolic Exhortation “Vita consecrata”, and urges consecrated persons to bear witness to ...

‘Being consecrated to God is beautiful,’ says Vatican cardinal 26/03/2021

‘Being consecrated to God is beautiful,’ says Vatican cardinal

‘Being consecrated to God is beautiful,’ says Vatican cardinal Consecrated life is beautiful and contains a call to witness to what is beautiful and true, a Vatican has said in a letter marking the 25th anniversary of an apostolic exhortation by St. John Paul II.

Pope Francis prays St. Joseph will help young adults find their vocations 20/03/2021

Pope Francis prays St. Joseph will help young adults find their vocations

Pope Francis prays St. Joseph will help young adults find their vocations Pope Francis has said that St. Joseph is a model for all vocations and he prays the saint will help young people discern the vocation God is calling them to.

20/03/2021

𝗧𝗛𝗘 𝗗𝗜𝗙𝗙𝗘𝗥𝗘𝗡𝗖𝗘 𝗕𝗘𝗧𝗪𝗘𝗘𝗡 𝗗𝗜𝗢𝗖𝗘𝗦𝗔𝗡 𝗔𝗡𝗗 𝗥𝗘𝗟𝗜𝗚𝗜𝗢𝗨𝗦

As they say, the best time to discern for your vocation is during lent. It is in this season that we tend to be more curious of our calling, most especially for our young brothers or 'boks' who are planning to partake the road less taken—the priesthood.

The road to priesthood is not an easy one for it only qualifies those who are willing to share their life as a selfless sacrifice. There are actually two kinds of priests: diocesan priests and religious priests. Both kinds of priests are ordained and can administer the sacraments and celebrate Mass and have an essential role and share in the ministry of Jesus Christ the Great High Priest. All priests share in the one priesthood of Jesus. But there are some significant differences between the call to Religious Life and the call to Diocesan Priesthood.

For us to better explain this, here's an infographic differentiating Diocesan and Religious:

Diocesan Priesthood
A diocesan Priest is called to serve the local community of Christians, as a Spiritual Father, of a local parish in a geographical region called a Diocese. For the Diocesan Priest, his life revolves around providing for the spiritual needs, especially through the sacraments, for the Faithful in their everyday lives. At his ordination, a diocesan priest makes the three promises of a life of Prayer, respect and obedience to his bishop and successors, and of celibacy. These three promises are intended to allow the diocesan priest to serve the community and to grow in holiness, freed from anything that will not assist in accomplishing the mission of proclaiming the Gospel to his people. The Diocesan Priest enjoys two distinct communities: (1) the Presbyterate to which he belongs, and (2) the People for whom he serves. The Presbyterate is the group of diocesan priests of a local diocese who gather around the local bishop. Typically, the people that a diocesan priest serves are his parishioners, but sometimes a diocesan priest is asked to serve in a specialized ministry such as a chaplaincy, or diocese wide ministries with a broader immediate community. The overall mission of the Diocesan Priest is to stand in the presence of the local community as the “Icon of Christ”, serving the particular needs of the local community, and establishing the Gospel in a geographical location. Those called to Diocesan Priesthood are usually attracted to the vocation through a desire to serve the People of God in the local parish, especially in and through the Holy Eucharist and Sacraments.

Religious Order Priests
Religious Order priests are first called to be Religious Brothers in the Consecrated Life, where a man consecrates himself to Christ through the three Evangelical Counsels, through making the vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience. The Religious Order Priest’s first vocation is as a brother, living the Christian life in a radical way, through the vows in a particular community with other brothers doing precisely the same thing. For those called to Religious Life, some are also called to serve that community (and oftentimes other communities) as a priest. Those men are, in addition to being called to be Brothers, are called to be Ordained Priests through Ordination. The overall mission of the Religious Order priest is to live consecrated life well, in a particular community, following the particular charism (or holy activity) of the particular religious order. Those called to Religious Life are usually attracted to it through members of a particular congregation or through the inspiration of the founder of the particular Order. For example, one might feel a real attraction to the life of St. Francis, and want to follow the call to holiness in the way St Francis did, or meet a group of Franciscans and decide “Hey, I want to join them!”

Source: Diocesan or Religious—Vocations Boston (Retrieved on 18 March, 2021)

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Pope: Patience is a hallmark of consecrated men and women - Vatican News 03/02/2021

Pope: Patience is a hallmark of consecrated men and women - Vatican News

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Pope: Patience is a hallmark of consecrated men and women - Vatican News Pope Francis celebrates a Vigil Mass on the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord, which is observed as the World Day of Consecrated Life. In his ...

30/01/2021

“Faith is the realization of what is hoped for
and evidence of things not seen.” Hebrews 11:1

Saturday in the Third Week of the Ordinary Time

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“Faith is the realization of what is hoped for
and evidence of things not seen.” Hebrews 11:1

Saturday in the Third Week of the Ordinary Time

#adornovocation

Papal nuncio reminds clergy: Service, not self-interest 19/01/2021

Papal nuncio reminds clergy: Service, not self-interest

Papal nuncio reminds clergy: Service, not self-interest The papal nuncio to the Philippines reminded priests their mission is always to serve and urged them to put aside self-interest.

19/01/2021

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19/01/2021

Litany to St. Joseph

18/01/2021

RELIGIOUS AND DIOCESAN PRIESTS

There are actually two kinds of priests: religious priests, and diocesan priests. Both kinds of priests are ordained and can administer the sacraments and celebrate Mass. They all have an essential role in the Body of Christ to carry out the ministries of his Church. But there are some significant differences between these types of priests. The differences account for the diverse duties of the priests all over the world, depending on how God has called them to serve him.

Source: CatholicTV and Saints of Today

#OSA #Augustinians #Agustinos #SacerdoteParaSiempre #PariMagpakailanman #FrailesAgustinosFilipinos

Pope Francis: The greatest joy for every believer is to respond to God’s call 17/01/2021

Pope Francis: The greatest joy for every believer is to respond to God’s call

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Pope Francis: The greatest joy for every believer is to respond to God’s call Pope Francis said Sunday that great joy is found when one offers his life in service to God’s call.

05/01/2021

Clerics Regular Minor - Adorno Fathers US-Phils Delegation

Ad Maiorem Resurgentis Gloriam!

SOLEMN EXPOSITION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT | RENEWAL OF VOWS | ADORNO FATHERS AND BROTHERS | JANUARY 5, 2021

12/12/2020

Congratulations Father Ronie Lorcha Crm!!! AMRG

07/12/2020

Clerics Regular Minor - Adorno Fathers US-Phils Delegation

Happy Sacerdotal Anniversary Rev. Fr. Jason Caganap, CRM | Delegate Superior of US-Phils Delegation, Rev. Fr. German Coquilla Jr., CRM | Parochial Vicar of Saint Anne & Saint Jude Parish Sumter, South Carolina, USA, Rev. Fr. Rafael Padron, CRM | Vocation Director of the Parish of Jesus Our Risen Savior, Spartanburg, South Carolina, USA, & Rev. Ronie Lorcha, CRM

07/11/2020

Roman Catholic Diocese of Charleston

#FunFactFriday We share a few for National Vocations Awareness Week from the National Religious Vocations Conference's 50 Fun Facts on Religious Life.

Read the full list here:https://nrvc.net/publication/download/9180/2020_study_fun_facts_10-16-20.pdf

05/11/2020

Ad Maiorem Resurgentis Gloriam!
For the Greater Glory of the Risen Christ!

01/07/2020

432

Happy 432nd Birthday, Adorno Fathers and Brothers.

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ADORNO FATHERS & BROTHERS USA-PHILIPPINES DELEGATION
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We went to Brazil as pilgrims... we came back to the United States as missionaries. Diocese of Charleston, SC USA Delega...
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