About Vocations

Is God inviting you to become a Viatorian brother or priest?

At some point in their lives, many men seriously consider becoming a brother or priest. If the thought has crossed your mind with some degree of seriousness, you are not alone. Our approach is rooted in our mission to accompany young people as they learn to hear God’s voice in their lives and respond to God’s invitation through prayer, service, and commitment to a community of faith.

The Viatorian Contact Program is available to any high school graduate who wishes to actively search out whether or not he has a vocation as a brother or priest but is not yet ready to join a religious community or a diocesan seminary program as a resident.  Discernment involves becoming aware of God’s active presence in one’s life and making important decisions based on that awareness.  It involves gathering pertinent information and experience, developing one’s talents, praying for guidance and openness, seeking spiritual direction, and taking time for serious reflection. God invites each of us to live and work with Him in some special way. What is God asking of you?

Please explore our website to learn more about the Clerics of St. Viator, especially by using the links below. If you would like more information about discerning with us, please complete the “I want to know more” section below or send an email to vocations@viatorians.com. Our Vocation Ministry team will respond to start a conversation. Know that it would be my privilege to accompany you on your journey with God.

Adored and loved be Jesus!


Br. Peter Lamick, CSV
Director of Vocation Ministry

    I Want to Learn More about Vocations



    Br. Peter Lamick, CSV
    Director of Vocation Ministry
    Call or text: 847-894-8537
    Email Br. Peter

    Dan Masterton
    Coordinator of Pastoral Ministries
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