Tag Archives: Fifth Grade Vocation Days

Fifth graders get sneak peeks at priestly, religious sister vocations

By Marty DenzerCatholic Key Associate Editor KANSAS CITY — One after another, the school busses pulled up to the doors of St. Michael the Archangel High School in Lee’s Summit on Feb. 20. Fifth graders from 13 Catholic grade schools from across the diocese, and students from the homeschool community, stepped into the high school […]

400 fifth & sixth graders attend Vocation Day

If you ask a group of fifth and sixth graders what they want to be when they grow up, the answers are varied – firefighter, engineer, and teacher are a few common answers.

What is a vocation? What is my vocation?

Six hundred forty-four fifth graders got to ponder those questions and have their questions about the priesthood and religious life answered at the annual Fifth Grade Vocation Days

Fifth graders learn ‘cool’ things about religious vocations

Luke DeVoss learned something at Fifth Grade Vocation Days.

No priests, no church, fifth graders are told

For two decades, the Vocations Office of the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph has gathered hundreds of fifth graders together at Archbishop O’Hara High School for a very special reason:

Sister Mary Gemma makes first profession

Sister Mary Gemma Stump made her first profession of vows as a Dominican Sister

Fifth graders urged to pray, listen to hear call of God

What does God want you to do with your life?

Fifth graders encouraged to begin thinking about vocations

Ask a fifth grader what they want to be when they grow up and the answers will, most likely, run the gamut …

God has a plan for everyone, fifth-graders told at Vocation Days

Not that much older than the fifth-grade girls she was talking to, Abby Rockers was bursting with excitement as she spoke of the man she is going to marry.

God has a plan for everyone, fifth graders told at Vocation Days

Annual Fifth Grade Vocations Days held

Saturday
December 05, 2020
The Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph