Various materials prepared and published by Rogationist sources, the Provincial Rogate Vocation Center
and other publications related to any Rogationist Literature maybe downloaded from this page.
58TH WORLD DAY
OF PRAYER FOR
THE DREAM OF VOCATION
Message of Pope Francis on the 58th World Day of Prayer for Vocations
On April 25, 2021, the Fourth Sunday of Easter (Good Shepherd Sunday), the 58th World Day of Prayer for Vocations will be celebrated. The Holy Father, Pope Francis, prepared a message for this celebration, highlighting the role of St. Joseph. You may download the message here.
Official Poster for the 58th World Day of Prayer for Vocations
The Provincial Rogate Vocation Center (PRVC) of the St. Matthew Province is happy to release the Official Poster for the celebration of the 58th World Day of Prayer for Vocations. Make your relatives and friends be informed of the importance of praying for vocations by downloading the poster here, and sharing it through the internet or by print.
Kaya Idalangin - 58th WDPV Special Issue (Prayer Booklet for the Celebration)
As the 58th World Day of Prayer for Vocations approaches, the Provincial Rogate Vocation Center (PRVC) is happy to release the 58th WDPV Special Issue, which features the message of the Holy Father for the celebration, the Triduum of Holy Hour in preparation for the celebration, together with the Holy Mass and Eucharistic Adoration on the day of the celebration itself. Some prayers are also featured in this issue, which we hope to help the People of God in the prayer for vocations.
Kaya Idalangin - A Catechism on Vocations (New Edition)
Here is the "Kaya Idalangin" edition of the Catechism on Vocations, which was compiled and published by Fr. Vittorio Lucchesi, RCJ on December 8, 1979. The topics range from the universal call to holiness to the pressing and urgent need for the People of God to cultivate a prayer for good workers. May this be an accessible reference to the catechism that is meant to cultivate the awareness of our common work to pray for more holy workers in our time.
Featured Infographics and Stampitas
Be part of the Church's work in spreading the awareness of cultivating a culture and mentality of prayer for more holy vocations in our time. Download this collection and post them in social media, or print them.
Featured "Year of St. Joseph" Prayer Booklet and Stampita
"Saint Joseph is an extraordinary figure, yet at the same time one “so close to our own human experience”. He did not do astonishing things, he had no unique charisms, nor did he appear special in the eyes of those who met him... Still, through his ordinary life, he accomplished something extraordinary in the eyes of God" (Pope Francis). Feel free to download these featured prayer booklet and stampita in honor of St. Joseph.
St. Hannibal Mary Di Francia: The Modern Precursor of Pastoral Care for Vocations
Want to know the Saint behind the modern pastoral care for vocations? Learn more about the life, works, and legacy of St. Hannibal Mary Di Francia to know more about the charism of the zeal and understanding of the "Rogate", which the Church is called to learn to cultivate in our time.
More Collections of Adoration Prayer Guides and Rosaries for Vocations
Want more creative ways to pray for vocations? Download our collection of adoration prayer guides and rosaries for vocations for your personal, group, and common use.
Year of St. Joseph
Prayers. Materials. Readings. All in a page of resources.
Circular Letter of the Superior General, Fr. Bruno Rampazzo, RCJ, on the Special Year of Saint Joseph (25 December 2020)
Collected Prayers through the Intercession of St. Joseph
(Published in "Padre Annibale Oggi" n. 10)
Additional Prayers and Homilies in Honor of St. Joseph
(Collected by the Rogationist General Curia)
Litany of St. Joseph (Compiled by the Rogationist General Curia)
Stampita of Prayer through St. Joseph, Patron of the Universal Church
(Produced by the Provincial Rogate Vocation Center - SMP)
"ITE AD IOSEPH:" A Year of St. Joseph
with St. Hannibal Mary Di Francia
This is a booklet produced by the
Provincial Rogate Vocation Center (PRVC) for the year-long celebration
of the Year of St. Joseph.
As we read the infancy narratives, we may often wonder why God did not act in a more direct and clear way. Yet God acts through events and people. Joseph was the man chosen by God to guide the beginnings of the history of redemption. He was the true “miracle” by which God saves the child and his mother. God acted by trusting in Joseph’s creative courage. Arriving in Bethlehem and finding no lodging where Mary could give birth, Joseph took a stable and, as best he could, turned it into a welcoming home for the Son of God come into the world (cf. Lk 2:6-7).
- Pope Francis, Apostolic Letter "Patris Corde" n. 5.
ST. JOSEPH: THE DREAM OF VOCATION
Message of Pope Francis for the
58th World Day of Prayer for Vocations 2021
On April 25, 2021, the Fourth Sunday of Easter (Good Shepherd Sunday), the 58th World Day of Prayer for Vocations will be celebrated. The Holy Father, Pope Francis, prepared a message for this celebration, highlighting the role of St. Joseph.
OTHER LATEST COLLECTIONS
Catechism on Vocations - A Special "Kaya Idalangin" Edition
The Provincial Rogate Vocation Center (PRVC) has released the "Kaya Idalangin" edition of the Catechism on Vocations, which was compiled and published by Fr. Vittorio Lucchesi, RCJ on December 8, 1979. The topics range from the universal call to holiness to the pressing and urgent need for the People of God to cultivate a prayer for good workers. This is an effort of the Rogationists in the St. Matthew Province to provide the faithful an accessible reference to the catechism related to vocations.
Rogationist Calendar 2021 for the St. Matthew Province
The Provincial Rogate Vocation Center (PRVC) has released the "Rogationist Calendar 2021" for use in the St. Matthew Province Communities. This was a translation and adaptation of the "Calendario Rogazionista 2021," originally published in Italian by the General Curia of the Rogationists in Rome, with approval of publication by the Superior General, Fr. Bruno Rampazzo, RCJ.
Initial Report on the Collection and Distribution of the Calamity Fund
The Office of the Provincial Superior has released an initial report on the collection and distribution of the calamity fund today, November 28, 2020. The collections were organized in response to the Protocol 293 2020, calling all the Superiors and Confreres of the Rogationists in the St. Matthew Province to "raise support and assistance for the victims of the recent typhoons in the Philippines."
RCJ-FDZ Mass with the ORDO
"...the Liturgical Proper in English is of great value for the living out and the transmission our charism and spirituality, as individuals and communities, in both initial and ongoing formation. Its use is primarily for the common and individual celebrations of the Liturgy, but it goes beyond that. It can also be profitable for meditation, deepening, retreats, conferences, lectures, studies and research..."
The Rogate: Charism of the Rogationists (Notes, Testimonies, Teachings)
Published as the second issue of the recent series Quaderni di "In Cammino" (Notes "Along a Journey"), former Superior General Fr. Gaetano Ciranni makes a reflection and a study on the charism of the Rogate as the charism given to the Church through St. Hannibal Mary Di Francia "who repeatedly reiterates that no faithful, in whatever state of life and personal vocation, can exempt himself from the command to pray the Lord of the harvest to obtain good laborers...; and he himself moved heaven and earth so that the evangelical Rogation would become universal and unceasing..."
The Inspiration of the Rogate in its 150th Anniversary
A Circular Letter of the Superior General, Fr. Bruno Rampazzo, RCJ, to the Family of the Rogate
on the 150th Anniversary of the Inspiration of the Rogate (Rome, 2020)
"Come to the Waters:" Biblical-Liturgical Renewal and Rogationist Spirituality
A Circular Letter of the former Superior General, Fr. Giorgio Nalin, RCJ, on theme for the permanent formation for the year 2002, inspired by the words of the prophet Isaiah: "You who are thirsty, come to the water" (Isaiah 55:1).
57th World Day of Prayer for Vocations Materials
A 10.6MB zipped file containing the poster, the prayer aid and some prayer cards to help celebrate the 57th World Day of Prayer for Vocations.
57th World Day of Prayer for Vocations Supplement Materials
A 274KB supplement schema of adoration on the day of the celebration of the WDPV itself.
LINKS TO ROGATIONIST SOURCES
Prepared by the Commission on Translation
General Curia of the Rogationists of the Heart of Jesus - Rome
ROGATIONIST RULE OF LIFE
Rogationist Constitutions (2010 ed.)
Rogationist Norms (2010 ed.)
GENERAL CHAPTER DOCUMENTS
Document of the XII General Chapter (2016)
Seeing the Crowds, He Felt Compassion for them and said, “Rogate”
Our Charismatic Identity in Today’s Challenges
ST. HANNIBAL MARY DI FRANCIA, BIOGRAPHIES
The Father’s Soul (Fr. Teodoro Tusino, RCJ)
He Never Said No (Fr. Teodoro Tusino, RCJ)
The Father. Fragments of Daily Life (Fr. Carmelo Drago, RCJ)
Vocations, Passion of His Life (St. Hannibal Mary – Patron of Vocations)
150th Anniversary of the Inspiration of the Rogate
Circular Letter of the Superior General, Fr. Bruno Rampazzo RCJ
(select Rampazzo, Let. Cir. 150 anni ispirazione del Rogat en)
The Rogate. Charism of the Rogationists (Ciranni, English ed. 2020)