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Holy Orders

Interested in learning more about any of the sacraments? Please call and us and ask to speak with Mrs. Deb Rhinock, Director of Religious Education, at 260-493-4553. Also, feel free to email Mrs. Rhinock from our staff page under "about us," or email the parish at "contact us" under "about us."
 
Holy Orders, sometimes called ordination, refers to the sacrament of becoming an ordained, or religious, clergymen in our Church. Holy Orders can be given to deacons (transitional or permanent), priests, or bishops. In our Diocese, as in all dioceses within the United States, the process of study and discernment for a religious vocation is guided by the Diocese directly. Generally, a significant time of preparation and study is required for any ordained ministry.
 
Interested in learning more? Check out the vocations page of the Diocesan website, where you can hear from Pope Francis or our own Vocations Director, Fr. Andrew Budzinski. Click here to access this page and may God bless you!