When did you start thinking about priesthood or the religious life?
The role of men and women who dedicate their lives to consecrated ministry in service to the people of God has a long and cherished history in the Catholic Church.
As a school community, we are committed to having young men think of a vocation to the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools. If you have every thought about becoming a Brother, or are interested in a career in teaching, even as a lay partner, talk to one of our faculty members or administrative team.
Women religious serve in a variety of roles, including those of teacher, nurse, advocate, and any number of other areas serving God's people.
Men serve as priests and brothers in an equally broad number of ways. Parish priests minister to individuals and families, while other priests may serve in administrative roles, as teachers, professors, and even as attorneys or medical doctors.
For more information on a religious vocation either as a priest, brother, or consecrated sister or layperson, contact our school's Vocation Coordinator, Mr. Michael Scaramuzzo. Alternatively, you can also contact Brother Daniel Aubin, FSC.