Many young men are called to religious life but because of their family situation, it is a struggle for them to cover the full cost of the seminary education and training, but Canossian believes that no vocation should be turned away because of a lack of funds.
According to a study “Of the 10,000 people currently discerning a vocation to the Priesthood or Religious Life nearly half are blocked from pursuing their call by poverty.”
The fund for Vocations will assist young men who have already been accepted for the religious formation and whose poverty is the last barrier to entry.
We invite generous lay faithful to come in be our Regular donor. Your commitment to regular monthly donations will help us create and sustain long-term programs to nurture religious vocations and invest in the future of the Church.
Meet the Temporary Professed Brothers
Br. Thuc Huy Nguyen, FdCCTemporary Professed Religious Brother
Vietnam Second Year Theology St. Vincent School of Theology
Br. Dau Quy, FdCCTemporary Professed Religious Brother
Vietnam Second Year Theology Maryhill School of Theology
Br. Manuel Lomboy, Jr., FdCCTemporary Professed Religious Brother
Philippines Second Year Theology Maryhill School of Theology
Meet the Seminarians
Mark Joseph AlicoPostulant
San Mateo, Rizal, Philippines
Julius Cesar MacalitPostulant
Butuan City Philippines
Jimmy J. CabaniganPostulant
Misamis Oriental Philippines
Reyaboy L. AutenticoAssociate, AB Philosophy
Adrian A. Anglo4th Year AB Philosophy
Jeffrey C. Casabuena4th Year AB Philosophy
Vince Jann L. Lim3rd Year BS Education, Values Education
Samuel C. Alagabia1st Year, AB Philosophy
Boronggan, Eastern Samar, Philippines