In February, the Dudley and Wolverhampton Deanery will be hosting a series of vocations events, 'Listening to God’s Call'. 

The online sessions are on Tuesdays at 7pm:

Tuesday 27 February: Marriage and Single Life
Speakers: a married couple with young children, a mature married couple, and a single person

Tuesday 5 March:  Priesthood and Diaconate
Speakers: A Diocesan priest, a religious priest, a seminarian and a permanent deacon

There will be the opportunity to ask questions. Everyone is welcome to join. The Zoom link is  
https://us06web.zoom.us/j/88033199202?pwd=Bkfm1pgM2iXaYczxemTzmzdH7lJSId.1

Meeting ID: 880 3319 9202
Passcode: 218505

Speakers will be recorded and videos will be made available after the event on the Diocesan Vocations website

There will also be two special Masses for vocations, after which there will be an opportunity to meet some of the speakers:

Wednesday 7 February at 2pm at St Michael’s, Coalway Road, Wolverhampton.

Thursday 22 February at 5pm at St Joseph’s, Willenhall Road, Wolverhampton.

Everyone is warmly invited to attend.

For more information, please contact the Deanery Vocations Group: [email protected]

Deanery Vocations Months were introduced in 2023. They provide an opportunity to focus on vocations across a month, with celebrations of Holy Mass, Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and Prayer for Vocations.

A Deanery is a group of parishes which can cover a wide area. It enables the sharing of resources amongst parishes in those areas and a strengthening of fraternal support among the priests and people in those areas.

The Archdiocese of Birmingham is made up of 11 Deaneries.