Notices

WHAT MAKES A PRIEST A PRIEST?

The priesthood cannot be considered simply as a role performed or a job that is to be carried out. It is a calling or a vocation that goes to the very heart of who the person is. It is not something one simply chooses to do as a career, rather it involves an invitation that one receives from the Lord. The Church has always understood that at the moment of ordination to the priesthood the candidate undergoes an ontological change, a change that leaves an indelible mark on his soul which cannot be removed. It marks him as a priest forever. .............. (From this weeks Catholic Weekly’) To read more of the Catholic Weekly go to: catholicweekly.com.au