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It’s not about you: on discerning vocation in modern Western culture

A central task of living in Christian community, and considering the process of one’s being and becoming in God, is discerning the work we may be called to do in our lives together with Christ. In modern Western culture, however, particularly given the effects of consumerism and illusions of choice, discerning a vocation is difficult. In a piece by Benjamin Mann on the Catholic Exchange, Mann explores the countercultural nature of life in Christ for discerning a vocation in […]

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