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It’s not “Conjunction Junction,” but “Vocation Station”

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

Remember Schoolhouse Rock?

(If you don’t…well, nevermind. But the name of this new website hearkens back to that 1970′s classic.)

A pal just sent this my way, and it looks terrific: a new website for vocations that specializes in the monastic and consecrated life.

There’s a wealth of information here, and some great videos. Take a moment to check it out. And spread the word!



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Mark

posted February 14, 2008 at 2:26 pm


Thanks for this. I have publicised it on our vocations blog. I hope you don’t mind me taking liberties with your wording, but I don’t have a lot of time…



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