In one word: what is your vision for your future?
Should young adults be encouraged to discover their vocation in life, even if it means going against their parents' wishes?
Awareness of One’s Vocation: My Course, My Choice, My Life
•reflectively analyze how one’s life choices and plans can be a life for holiness and service. •evaluate how life choices and plans for college and in the future can be aligned with the sacraments of vocation. •develop a lifeline/ journey plan that creatively shows one’s life choices and plans and how it becomes a life of commitment for personal, national, and global transformation. •pray wholeheartedly the prayer of Pope Francis on discernment.
Discover your vocation through self-reflection and exploration. Gain insight into your unique talents and interests. Set yourself up for success by making informed decisions.
My Course, My Choice, My Life: Achieving Awareness of One's Vocation
Vocation: A strong feeling of suitability for a particular career or occupation. Self-Reflection: The process of analyzing one's own thinking and behavior. Exploration: The act of searching for information or resources.
What do you think is the most important factor in making decisions about your future career?
- What interests me
- What my parents want
- Societal expectations
- What pays the best
The term 'vocation' comes from the Latin word 'vocare' meaning 'to call.' Knowing your vocation can help you make career choices that are both rewarding and satisfying. Achieving awareness of one’s vocation can help you find a career path that is right for you.
Draw / write: How do you think your life choices can help you lead a life of holiness and service?
Draw / write: What are the advantages of making choices in line with your vocation?
What have been some of your biggest life choices so far?
How do these choices reflect your vocation?