“They left everything and followed him.“
This month, we will conclude our discussion of the call of Simon, the fisherman in the Gospel of Luke, by looking at the disciples’ response to Jesus’ call and how important detachment — letting go of what keeps us from following Jesus — is in the spiritual life.
There is way more to discernment than just waiting for God to do show you a sign directing you to your next step. Discernment is involves asking God the important question and taking actions to seeing where God's path for your life leads. There's a lot to it but luckily when we are taking these steps He gives us peace. These discernment dinners are an awesome reminder and that peace and the fact we're not alone in our pursuit of holiness!
There is no cost for this event!
Our dinners are hosted through the generosity of the residents of the Borromeo House. Please help us get an accurate count of guests so we can honor the work and efforts of these guys. Thanks!
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Note: By attending our discernment dinners, you grant Austin Vocations (an office of the Diocese of Austin) permission to (1) photograph and video tape you during the event; and (2) use the photographs and video tapes in publications and promotions of the diocese, including but not limited to publications such as websites, newsletters, advertisements, scrapbooks, and yearbooks.