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.
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.
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.
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.
Besides the monthly events the Centre organises a number of events throughout the year.
What better way to tempt you to join us for our activities than listening to your friends have their say about our events?
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
I enjoyed myself a lot even during the moments of prayer and reflection.
Kyle Selwyn Caruana – Year 10
A way how to relax and reflect in our busy lives.
David Galea – Year 11
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.
I felt that the Church in Malta could do much more to ensure that people with disabilities participated equally in the life and work of the Church.
The seven years at the Seminary are indeed the “sengħa barra”, because it is at the Seminary that one starts assembling a toolkit for the craft of life “out there” in the real world.
Twenty years back (it’s not a long time, trust me!) I had started a course in physiotherapy at the University of Malta. Looking back at that experience, to borrow a phrase from John Paul II, it was my “first seminary.”