Subscribe to the ShoreLines’ Newsletter All Contributions are Tax Please join us in offering prayers of thanksgiving for our generous benefactor who made this website possible. A vocation is not something that you can switch like a profession or a career. She moved away from the pulpit to demonstrate, stepping forward shyly… and then, after standing there looking puzzled, she moved another step forward to where the light had gone, two feet ahead of where she had been standing, and then again, awe in our faith work, she said, stumble along toward where we think were supposed to go, bumbling along, and here is whats so amazing we end up getting exactly where were supposed to be. But the offers of Divine Providence are several or even many, though one may be more pressing than the other; and since every good action is performed by the help of a supernatural grace which precedes and accompanies it, and since with an efficacious grace we would have done the good we have failed to accomplish, we may say, of every good that we do, that we had the vocation to do it, and of every good that we omit, either that we had not the vocation to do it, or, if we were wrong in omitting to do it, that we paid no heed to the vocation. Words from the Latin Mox or vocāre have something to do with the voice or with calling. You don’t need to believe in God to choose a career or a profession. See also St. That is why if you are considering religious life it is necessary to get to know particular communities.
Your.ocation is not the same as your career or profession. When we talk about vocation, we introduce a vertical dimension in our life, which is God. He that can take, let him take it” Matthew 19:11, 12 . It is a call to know, love and serve the Lord. Matthew 19 P.G., Xviii, 533 seq.; XLIX, 318; LVIII, 600, 605; St. She now sees her vocation as connecting music, God and healing in students lives. CLXXII; “Exhortation to renounce the world”, n. 1 P.G., XXX, 779-82; XXXI, 626, 1394; XXXII, 647-49; St. Bernard insists on the dangers incurred by those who have decided to embrace the religious life and still remain in the world.
Patrick Barnes in California. Recently, Patrick’s parents Mark and Bonnie Barnes visited Holy Name Medical Center to help award this quarter’s recipients at the Medical Center and talk about the vital role of nursing in today’s health care system. Two Pascack Valley residents were among the nurses recognized Joseph Scarano, of Emerson, and Caryn Bart, of River Vale. Photos Courtesy of Holy Name Medical Center Pictured, from left, are: Bonnie Barnes, co-founder of the Daisy Foundation; Sheryl Slonim, Holy Name Medical Center; award winner Caryn Bart, Holy Name Medical Center; Sheryl Ann Syby, Holy Name Medical Center; and Mark Barnes, co-founder of The Daisy Foundation. When Patrick was hospitalized with Idiopathic Thrombocytopenia, an auto-immune disease, his parents experienced the “height of emotions the worst and best of times. We wanted to tell the story of how you impacted us nurses touch their patients and families so profoundly,” Bonnie Barnes told a conference hall full of Holy Name nurses, supervisors and administrators. site“You make the world a better place,” Mark Barnes said. To date, Daisy Awards have been given to 65,000 nurses among 2,200 participating health care providers across the country. Each facility awards a varying number of nurses at different intervals during the year.
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Fallin To Pitch Ideas To New Legislators If Teacher Raise Vote Fails Posted: [File Photo] OKLAHOMA CITY – If a ballot initiative to raise the sales tax to fund teacher raises fails, the governor saidshell pitch her same ideas to new legislators. On Nov. 8,voters will be asked to vote on State Question 779, which would increase the sales tax by 1percent to raise an estimated $615 million for education. Of that, $378million would be used to fund teacher raises; $125 million would be used for higher education; $50million for grants; another $50 million for early childhood programs and $20million for vocation and technology education. House Democrats saidthe tax is the best plan they’ve seen yet. “The governor and some of our friends at the capitol say that they’ve had a plan for a number of years they have yet to get serious about it and put one on the floor,” said Rep. Scott Inman, (D) Minority Leader. The governor said she has offered plans like consolidating some school services to save money, cutting tax credits and tapping into revolving funds. “We certainly looked at revolving funds this past year.Money that’s carried over from year to year, said Gov.
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