Testimonials

Most Reverend Frederick F. Campbell, Bishop of Columbus, OH

“The Labouré Society assists these individuals to find the resources to overcome this obstacle.”

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Most Reverend Gregory Kelly, Auxiliary Bishop of Dallas, TX

“I am very grateful for the existence of the society and their dedication to assisting serious young men and women who desire to serve the church as religious.” 

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Most Reverend Paul S. Coakley, Archbishop of Oklahoma City, OK

“As we continue to encourage our young people to prayerfully descern God’s vocation in their life, we cannot ignore such a serious obstacle as this.” 

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Most Reverend Mark S. Rivituso, Auxiliary Bishop of St. Louis, MO

“I fully support and endorse the Labouré Society and its apostolate.” 

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Most Reverend Salvatore J. Cordileone, Archbishop of San Francisco, CA

“Each Labouré aspirant and their classmates represent a new wave of growth in the Church.” 

 

 

Most Reverend Joseph F. Naumann, Archbishop of Kansas City, KS

“I strongly endorse the work of the Labouré Society in helping to foster a culture of vocations.” 

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Most Reverend Andrew H. Cozzens, Auxiliary Bishop of St. Paul and Minneapolis, MN

“Labouré plays a vital role locally and nationally in building a culture of vocations.” 

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Most Reverend Alberto Rojas, Auxiliary Bishop of Chicago, IL

“Your investments of time, talent, and treasure will touch and transform countless lives as each aspirant enters formation and lives out their vocation. Could there be any better investment than aiding in the salvation of souls?” 

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Most Reverend John R. Manz, Auxiliary Bishop of Chicago, IL

“I am compelled to help and invite you to prayerfully consider likewise. Please be generous in your support and know that you are rebuilding the Church as you do.” 

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Rita and Lamar Hunt, Jr.

“Those of us given the blessing of material gifts are called to share those gifts with others and there are many opportunities to do so. In the Gospel, at the the anointing at Bethany, a woman comes with an alabaster jar of perfumed oil, breaks the jar, and pours it on Our Lord’s head. There were those present who thought it to be a waste. However, she gave it all without reservation. Those who enter into a religious vocation give completely of themselves and in the eyes of the world this can appear to be foolish or even a waste. A gift to the Labouré Society changes the direction of a life because it helps a person realize a dream that God has placed directly on their hearts. We were honored to have met Toni Garrett (Sister Josephine) and to have been able to help her realize this dream. We would encourage anyone of means to examine their gifts and help others realize their own dreams. 

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