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Vocations aren't the result of planning, but an encounter with God that changes your life. Pope Francis
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In this yes, I am not saying that one cannot work for justice or serve others through different vocations, or that my yes is somehow more important or bigger than yours. Rather, I am embracing a yes that perhaps looks different or less common than others, but a yes that hopes to do the same as all great yes’s do: breathe life and love into this world.
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Think about it. I challenge you to have the courage to find something that you would do even if you won the jackpot. Have the courage to see the face of God in the people you work with. I would be willing to bet that this thing is what God is calling you to do. Canisius offers us so many opportunities to learn about the world and find our calling from God. Have the courage to learn, experience, live. Have the courage to find your “jackpot vocation.”