"Say 'yes' to God's dream". With this slogan, it was held on 2019 VI World Day of Prayer for Vocations. For this reason, Pope Francis wrote a message which, inspired by the experience during the recent World Youth Day held in Panama, invites you to be brave and "risk for the promise of God".
These are the 10 verbs that Pope Francisco offers young people the time to ask If you are feeling that deep down is a call to a definitive commitment to God.
Vocation is an invitation not to stay on the shore with nets in hand, but to follow Jesus on the path that thought for us (...) Embracing that promise requires the courage to risk deciding.
2. Get involved
To follow the Lord's call we must engage in with all our be risk of facing an unfamiliar challenge.
We must leave everything which can keep us tied to our little boat, preventing us from making a final decision.
We are asked that boldness force that drives us to discover the project God has for our lives.
When we are facing the vast sea of vocation, we can not stand to repair our nets in the boat that gives us security but we rely on the Lord's promise.
The Church is our mother (...); therefore, we must also love her when we discover wrinkles on her face frailty and sin, and we must help it ever more beautiful and bright, so you can be in the world a witness of God's love.
Do not let yourselves be infected by the fear that paralyzes us to the high peaks that the Lord offers us. Always remember that those who leave the nets and the boat to follow the Lord, he promises them the joy of a new lifeWhich fills the heart and encourages the road.
Necessary a renewed commitment by the whole Church priests, religious, pastoral workers, educators- to be offered, especially young people, possibilities of listening and discernment.
a youthful and vocational pastoral that helps the discovery of the plan of God especially through prayer, meditation on the Word of God, eucharistic adoration and is needed spiritual accompaniment.
We must look to Mary. Even in the history of this young vocation was both a promise and risk. His mission was not easy, but he did not let fear take hold of it. His "yes" it was the other who wants to commit and you want to risk.