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Vocation News

If you think you may have a Vocation to be a Redemptorist Father or Brother, please contact Fr. Richard Reid C.Ss.R the Vocations Director by clicking here.

Please pray for Redemptorist Vocations.


We welcome Br Royston CSsR - Perpetual Profession...


Final Vows and Diaconate Ordinations...


Br Michael Tayor CSsR 

will make his Perpetual Profession

on Monday 24th August 2020 

and he will ordained to the Diaconate 

on Tuesday 25th August 2020,

Bishop Ralph Heskett CSsR will be the ordaining prelate.

Both of these ceremonies will be held at

Bishop Eton CSsR Monastery, Liverpool


Br Royston Price CSsR 

will make his Perpetual Profession

on Friday 19th June 2020 

and he will ordained to the Diaconate 

on Saturday 1st of August 2020,

Bishop Ralph Heskett CSsR will be the ordaining prelate.

Both of these ceremonies will be held at

St. Mary's CSsR Monastery, Clapham, London


Please keep both our brothers in your prayers at this important time.

Our Mother of Perpetual Succour - Pray for them.

Our Holy Father Alphonsus - Pray for them

All our Redemptorist Saints, Blesseds and Martyrs - Pray for them.

Please pray for vocations to the priesthood and the religious life

- and especially to the Redemptorists.


Vocations Sunday - a message from Brother Royston CSsR



If you think you have a vocation to be a priest or brother please contact our Vocations Director at  

VOCATIONS SUNDAY CSsR Priests CSsR Brothers OSsR Nuns...



Interested in being a Redemptorist Priest or Brother contact  

Maybe God is calling you?...

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You will see in this poster, a space. Is it for you?

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Mother of Perpetual Succour - Pray for us.

St Alphonsus, all our Redemptorist Saints, Blesseds and Martyrs - Pray for us.

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"With the Lord there is plentiful Redemption."

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Vocations...have you ever asked...

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OSsR Monastic Vocations Weekend for Women...

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Do you fancy a Monastic Vocations Weekend with our Nuns in Dublin? 

#OSsR #Nuns #Monastic #CSsR #Redemptorists#Redemptoristines

Vocations Promotion CSsR...


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So proud to be part of the Redemptorist Family...


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Preparing for Final Vows...

(Tuchów, Poland) A month preparation for perpetual vows of the Redemptorists of the Conference of Europe began on July 7th 2019 in Lubaszowa, Poland. Altogether 18 Confreres from different countries and continents will spend there in Tuchów for next four weeks renewing their commitment to the Most Holy Redeemer to preach the Gospel to the poor and the most abandoned.


The participants those who joined are from the Province of London (2), Edmonton-Toronto (1), Rome (1), Lviv (1), Warsaw (11 including: 3 students and 9 fathers and 1 brother who completed ten years after their perpetual profession), Vice-province Michalovce (1) and Region Zimbabwe (1).


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The time of the renewal will be dedicated to lectures, prayer, knowing each other and building of fraternal community. The lectures of the monthly renewal will be presented by the guests speakers

Fr. Johannes Rӧmelt, Fr. Janusz Sok, Fr. Ronald McAinsh

and others who will speak on the following topics:

    • “Redemptorist: Priest in a century of the challenges”,
    • “Obedience: how to seek the will of God”,
    • “Theology of the Constitutions of the Redemptorists”
    • and many others.

We hope it will be a time of not only a new portion of knowledge but making new friends as well.

Paweł Orzeł CSsR, Tuchów


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Redemptorist Missions and Vocations...

We came across this cartoon done in the 60's - still totally relevant today! 

Get in touch with the Vocations Director - if you are not a devil!

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A "NEW" Vocations Prayer...

Our brand new Vocations prayer leaflet has a "new" vocations prayer -

new in that it has one new word added.

This is an important word for the prayer's success!


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Prayer for Vocations to the Priesthood and/or Religious Life...2019

4th Sunday of Easter is the World Day of Prayer

for Vocations to the Priesthood and/or the Religious Life

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Pray for Vocations to the Priesthood and/or the Religious Life

Vocations Sunday 12th May 2019...

Pray for Vocations to the Religious Life and or the Priesthood

It is a great life!


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Be not afraid...

Be not afraid! 
Read this article ...
... and be not afraid!

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+Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap. 
Pontifical College Josephinum, 27.3.19 


I’m glad to be here tonight for two reasons. First, I admire – greatly admire — the Josephinum and the men it produces. The Church needs you because we urgently need more good priests, men of prudence and charity, but also of spine and courage, who understand the changing terrain of our times. In my life, the priesthood has been a deep source of joy and purpose, the gift of knowing with certainty why God made me. But it’s not a life for the weak or the lukewarm. Especially now.

My second reason is this. Cardinal Pio Laghi was a mentor and friend who showed great kindness to me as a young bishop. When you’re a baby bishop, everything is new and a bit intimidating. Cardinal Laghi’s encouragement made a great difference in my life and ministry. He gave me my first zucchetto, pectoral cross, and mitre. I’ve never forgotten the debt I owe him. Delivering these remarks in his name is not just a pleasure, the pleasure of being with you, but also an honor. So let’s begin.

I chose tonight’s theme because it sounds better than “facing the future with confusion and anxiety,” and anger for that matter, because I’m tempted to feel all three of those things a couple of times a week. There are days when everyone in the Church seems angry. Laypeople and priests are angry with their bishops for the abuse scandal, which never seems to end. Bishops are angry with priests for their bad example. And many bishops are also frustrated – to put it gently — with Rome for its unwillingness to acknowledge the real nature and scope of the abuse problem. Clerical privilege is not the problem. Clericalism may be a factor in the sexual abuse of minors, but no parent I know – and I hear from a lot of them – sees that as the main issue. Not naming the real problem for what it is, a pattern of predatory homosexuality and a failure to weed that out from Church life, is an act of self-delusion.