36 min

Who are the Jesuits‪?‬ Vocations Today with Rhonda Gruenewald

    • Christianity

We have a very special treat for you in this episode! Fr. Robert Murphy is a Jesuit in Houston, TX and his community participated in Behind the Habit: A Virtual Look into Religious Life for Men. Fr. Murphy attended a Jesuit High School in New Orleans, and his parents gave him the freedom to follow God’s path and encouraged him to follow the faith. He first considered the priesthood as an altar server in middle school and later attended college for physical therapy and worked 3 years until he entered the Jesuits in 2003.


An interesting statistic from CARA: Nearly 50% of the newly ordained attended a Catholic elementary or middle school and about 40% attended a Catholic high school.


Behind the Habit Playlist: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-q8L1ASSPbv8l7xXJwbcLJlQjC0QZ2H1


 


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Vocations Today is a production of Vocation Ministry. (https://vocationministry.com)


Vocation Ministry started from humble beginnings but is now making a big impact in dioceses all over North America. From books, workshops, to a Facebook page that reaches a million people a month, find out more about the nonprofit and how you can get involved at your parish to make a difference for vocations.  


Connect with Vocation Ministry on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/VocationMinistry/)


 


Host: Rhonda Gruenewald


Producer/Editor: Taylor Schroll (ForteCatholic.com)


All music used on the show is by Rita West. (https://www.ritawest.com)

We have a very special treat for you in this episode! Fr. Robert Murphy is a Jesuit in Houston, TX and his community participated in Behind the Habit: A Virtual Look into Religious Life for Men. Fr. Murphy attended a Jesuit High School in New Orleans, and his parents gave him the freedom to follow God’s path and encouraged him to follow the faith. He first considered the priesthood as an altar server in middle school and later attended college for physical therapy and worked 3 years until he entered the Jesuits in 2003.


An interesting statistic from CARA: Nearly 50% of the newly ordained attended a Catholic elementary or middle school and about 40% attended a Catholic high school.


Behind the Habit Playlist: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-q8L1ASSPbv8l7xXJwbcLJlQjC0QZ2H1


 


Subscribe/Rate


Never miss an episode of Vocations Today! Subscribe now! 


Also, it is super helpful to share this podcast with someone you know will benefit from it and take a few moments to leave a review in your podcasting app. Thank you so much!


Sign up for our Newsletter: https://vocationministry.com/resources/e-newsletter/


Support The Show


Please consider supporting the show by donating today. This helps cover our costs and grow the show so that the message can reach as many people as possible. Thanks in advance!


(https://vocationministry.com/get-in-touch/donate/)


 


Vocations Today is a production of Vocation Ministry. (https://vocationministry.com)


Vocation Ministry started from humble beginnings but is now making a big impact in dioceses all over North America. From books, workshops, to a Facebook page that reaches a million people a month, find out more about the nonprofit and how you can get involved at your parish to make a difference for vocations.  


Connect with Vocation Ministry on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/VocationMinistry/)


 


Host: Rhonda Gruenewald


Producer/Editor: Taylor Schroll (ForteCatholic.com)


All music used on the show is by Rita West. (https://www.ritawest.com)

36 min