The following initiatives officially support vocation in the Diocese of Spokane.
Each year, parishioners throughout the Diocese of Spokane support the ministry of the Bishop by pledging to the Annual Catholic Appeal. This collection helps fund the expenses of the priestly formation program: Tuition, Room & Board, and Retreats,. In addition, it pays for Vocation Awareness & Promotion activities such as Quo Vadis Days and Vocare. Thank you for your generous support of the Annual Catholic Appeal. For more information, or to make a pledge, please visit below.
This is a group of lay women and men dedicated to increasing vocations through prayer, and through financially supporting the vocations and priestly formation programs of the Diocese of Spokane. They work in collaboration with the Office of Vocations of the Diocese of Spokane to provide scholarships for collegiate and pre-theology seminarians, as well as provide financial support to vocation education programs. To make a donation, click below.
The Knights of Columbus was founded by a parish priest, Venerable Michael J. McGivney. It is the largest Catholic men’s fraternal organization in the world. In addition to praying for vocation and volunteering thousands of hours each year, the Knights of Columbus provide thousands of dollars to support individual seminarians through the Refund Support Vocations Program (RSVP), the Father Michael J. McGivney and Bishop Thomas V. Daily Vocations Scholarships, and through other generous initiatives. Click here to visit the Washington State Council for more information.
There are many other ways that one can financially support vocations.