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Teaching YOUNG MEN to discern God’s call

Archbishop Jason Gordon revealed when he was 16 years old, his powers of discernment were really “not good” for he allowed his “inadequacies” to become an obstacle to what God was asking of him. He urged participants at the first ‘Generation S’ Vocations Camp to learn from him and not completely shut the thought of a vocation down, as he did until he was 21 years old.

The Archbishop was speaking last Sunday night at the August 11–13 camp themed EXPLORE 2019 at the Seminary of St John Vianney and Uganda Martyrs, Mt St Benedict.

The purpose of the camp, he told the mainly teenaged campers, is not that they will leave knowing their vocation, but that the seed will be planted in them and they receive the “tools” to hear what God is asking of them.

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