Megan Vielhauer

My name is Megan Rose Vielhauer. I was born on March 7, 2001 at St. Joseph’s Hospital right across the state line between Kansas and Missouri. My parents, David and Renee, met in high school and were married by the ages of 19 and 21.  I am the youngest of three kids. My brother, Derek, […]

Sr. Yvelyne Marie, H.M.S.S.

My name is Yvelyne Bemard. I was born and raised in Brentwood, New York until I was 15. I moved to Florida where I remained until I graduated from the University of Florida in May 2011 with a B.A in English. I didn’t want to go to UF at first, I had wanted to go […]

Erlind Sulko

My name is Erlind Sulko. I am a 31 old man currently living in Gatineau, Canada. I was born in Tirana, Albania to Albanian parents. My parents were diplomats, so I grew up constantly moving from one place to another. Despite being from Albania, I have lived most of my life outside of Albania.   […]

Amy Weaver

My name is Amy Weaver, and I have been accepted into postulancy with the Religious Sisters of Mercy of Alma, Michigan. Currently I am completing my Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling at Oklahoma State University. In my work as an intern counselor, I love being able to enter into the suffering of others […]

Kaler Diemer

“My passionate belief that God has created us for a life of joy and abundance finds its home in the gospel of life that the Sisters live out in their charism.” Growing up, I always had a sense that I was supposed to do something special with my life. As a child my heart was filled […]

Jeremy Krygowski

My mom and dad laid the foundation of faith within me. The importance of giving thanks to and petitioning Jesus instilled in me a sense of the great vastness of God. Growing up in the parish, I was active at most K of C functions and then became a knight myself when I was seventeen. […]

A Note from Executive Director Mary Radford

Dear Friends, When Paul tells us in Corinthians that we were “bought with a price,” he means the ultimate price that Jesus paid on the cross. In fact, life is priceless. No amount of mere money could ever save us or call us to God’s presence. How frustrating, then, that it’s money that keeps our […]

A Note from President Anne Folan

Dear Friends, When President Biden announced his student loan forgiveness plan, my first thought was “What does this mean for the Fund for Vocations?” The answer so far seems to be: “Probably not much.” Assuming the plan survives constitutional scrutiny and takes effect as written, it only applies to Federal loans. Most of our grant […]

Vocations Director Spotlight

Fr. Angelus Montgomery, CFR  Fr. Angelus is a Vocations Director with the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal. We asked him about his thoughts on the state of vocations in the Catholic Church today. The following are his words on our crisis and the need to help in any way we can, including by generously removing […]

Sr. Ann Dominic, OP

Out of a desire to pursue God’s will, she attended the Catholic University of America, where she prayed daily, “Lord, if you’re real, will you help me to know you and serve you?” And God, as He promises to do for all of us, answered by changing her life; not only did she gain the […]

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