Monday, 18 December 2017

Chevalier Charles Coulombe on the Lay State as a Vocation

In the modern day, it is unfortunate that when Catholics talk of 'vocations', they usually mean only those of the Priesthood and Religious Life, with a passing nod to the Married State. In this video, my friend points out that the single, lay State may indeed be a vocation.


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