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Ep. 89: Discerning Vocations plus Children of Men

What’s the best way to love God? The answer can vary a bit from person to person, and impacts who we care for, what we do, where we live, and how we act. You know, minor stuff. Having formed priests for over a decade, Fr. Carter Griffin joins to provide insight on how to respond to God’s call. Then (24:35), Kara jumps in to talk about The Children of Men, both the novel and the film based on it. We… had definite opinions on which was better.

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Check out Fr. Griffin’s books here!
Why Celibacy? Reclaiming the Fatherhood of the Priest
Forming Fathers: Seminary Wisdom for Every Priest
Cross-Examined: Catholic Responses to the World’s Questions

For links for more on discerning all sorts of vocations, visit this central hub!

For more on discerning priesthood specifically, take a look at Vianney Vocations too.

The Children of Men (1992 novel by P.D. James)

Children of Men (2006 film directed by Alfonso Cuarón)

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