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  • A youthful calling

    There were some who told me “Do be careful because you are going to miss out on your youth”, but I still felt grateful that I could still live the beautiful moments of my youth in a relationship with God.

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  • The Beauty that captured my soul

    He wanted me to pass on this great love to others through art. This is no longer about me, but completely about Him who has captured my heart: The Beautiful One!

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  • Exploring God

    Communicating science is crucial for me. Through science I can appreciate God’s creation around me, from the tiniest creature, bacterium or virus to the largest species on the planet.

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  • Understanding God’s ways

    The wish to become a priest sprouted within me when I was still very young. It was a very interesting process and it is only now that I can realise what God’s plan for me was.

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  • Snapshots from my journey

    Looking back, I now realise that there were many people, events and situations which helped me throughout my life to understand God’s calling for me.

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  • God’s perfect design for us

    Science has helped me to strengthen my faith and vice versa, understanding that one cannot exist without the other. Thus, I really hope that having studied sciences will be an asset in my dialogues with non-believers.

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  • Prayers were answered

    I used to be mesmerized. It was almost as if the priest would be performing an extraordinary act!

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  • Understanding the gift of priesthood

    Studying sciences and other subjects, together with the numerous other experiences that life laid down in front of me, have helped me to become more sensible towards the reality around me.

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  • Always ready to answer His call

    You can also perceive age as an opportunity, as a mature stage in life, as a time when finally you can cross out more items from your bucket list!

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  • A journey with the Salesian community

    Besides my own personal spiritual journey and discernment, which are essential, I must say that the youth group I was part of, helped me greatly in my formation.

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About Us

Years 7-9 (Forms 1-3)

Years 7-9 (Forms 1-3)

Monthly meetings are held on Saturday morning between 10:00 and 14:00. Meeting includes activities, free time for playing, moments of prayer including mass and lunch.

Called by name

Called by name

Years 10-11 students through their monthly live-in will delve deeper into these Biblical vocation stories in order to discover also that even they are called by name.

Searching

Searching

Youths 16-18 are invited for a monthly live-in starting on Saturday at 18:00 till Sunday at 13:00. These include different activities, discussions, prayer and sharing of experiences.

Zoom-In

Zoom-In

We invite male youths (18+) for a monthly meeting on Friday evening at 19:00 till 22:00 to zoom into their lives and discover God’s voice and their mission in life.

Other Events

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Besides the monthly events the Centre organises a number of events throughout the year.

Prayers for vocations

Prayers for vocations

Saturday @ 6pm mass followed by adoration at the Vocations’ Chapel

Vocations Quests

Vocations Quests

Throughout the year, the seminarians together with the youth of our Seminary Vocations Centre organize three one day activities:

Summer Vocations Camp

Summer Vocations Camp

During the first week of July, as students start off their Summer holidays they are invited to join us for an eventful adventurous camping live-in in our Seminary grounds.

Youth Testimonials

What better way to tempt you to join us for our activities than listening to your friends have their say about our events?

  • Andrea Borg – Year 11

    I am not sure what triggered me and my friends to accept the invitation for the Vocations Centre activity, but it was really worth going and would highly recommend similar activities for others to join.

    Andrea Borg – Year 11

  • Kyle Selwyn Caruana – Year 10

    I enjoyed myself a lot even during the moments of prayer and reflection.

    Kyle Selwyn Caruana – Year 10

  • David Galea – Year 11

    A way how to relax and reflect in our busy lives.

    David Galea – Year 11

Blogs

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Below one can find our latest blogs from different people so as to help us discern better our vocation. We will be including alumni of the centre who with the help of the Centre have discerned their vocation, current seminarians, priests and other opinion posts with tips to help us navigate life.

Prayer! What to do? And how to do it?

Prayer! What to do? And how to do it?

Often, I am unplugged but the Lord is not … he loves me, he cares for me, he desires that I receive his love.

I’m there for you

I’m there for you

We recognise that he has called us to be servants and that our vocation is to serve and shepherd as he did.

The givenness of silence

The givenness of silence

If I were to define what the vocations centre is about, I will have to say that it is about givenness. The givenness of silence, friendship, hope, faith and love!

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