Diocese of Baker Vocations and Discernment
Very Reverend Richard Fischer, V.G.
Director of Vocations
541-388-4004 or email Frfischer@dioceseofbaker.org
worth it! The journey to the priesthood isn't
But it is worth it, as is anything that you are
willing to work hard to accomplish. But the
difference is that, as you become a priest, you can't help
but realize that God is on your side.
greatly outweigh any of the struggles on the way."
Tomy Chowaran |
Associate Director of Vocations
541-798-5823 or email email@example.com
|Questions? Want to learn more? If you are a man not afraid to begin this powerful journey, then contact either Father Fischer or Father Chowaran.|
Answer these questions in your heart:
If you have answered
yes to any of
these questions, then God may be
calling you to a life in the
The journey to the Priesthood is a process that includes prayer and the help of many supportive people. The decision is something that is not completely made until the time for ordination draws near. In the meantime you gain an education that not only helps you to better understand the ways of the world, but most especially the ways of God's Kingdom.
To help and support you in your discernment, take a look at
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The Diocese of Baker needs...YOU ! What are you
On June 19, 1903, Pope Leo XIII appointed
Central & Eastern Oregon as the Diocese of Baker.
The area consists of 66,800 square miles.
The Diocese started with 7 parishes and 13 priests.
Help us keep growing.
To read about our priests here in
the Diocese of Baker and their
discernment journey, click here.
learn more about the Religious Life Orders in the Diocese of
please click here.
Baker Diocese Vocations Committee:
initial nucleus of this committee is comprised of the
members of the recently dissolved Serra Club of the Diocese
of Baker. The Serra Club was dissolved at the request of
its members to reorganize under the umbrella of the
Diocese; the intent is to provide more practical support to
the Diocese; its endeavors to promote religious vocations,
especially in addressing the need for more priests.
Contact Jack Beemer at (541) 480-1320 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Click here to read more about the Baker Diocese Vocations Committee and see how you can become involved.
Click here for the most updated Adoration Schedule for Vocations throughout the diocese.
"I encourage you to contact your parish to find out what day and time your community is offering Eucharistic Adoration for Vocations."
Bishop Liam Cary
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Baker
641 SW Umatilla Ave . Redmond, OR 97756 . (541) 388-4004