Introducing the Jesuit Vocations

Introducing the Jesuit Vocations

“It was not you who chose me, but I who chose you and appointed you to go and bear fruit that will remain” (John 15:16). The vocation to be a priest, or religious, is a special grace from God, inviting you to live, follow, and serve Him.

Jesuit vocation is another God´s call for those who follow Him. Jesuits have two types: as a priest and brother, but both have the same mission which is to love, serve and proclaim the Good News of Christ in our world. The Jesuit vocation is based on the Spiritual Exercises of Saint Ignatius of Loyola, the founder of the Society of Jesus and is the author of the Spiritual Exercises. The Spiritual Exercises has helped many people discover God's will for their lives like St. Francis Xavier who joyfully become a great missionary. Just like what the Pope have said, “The Jesuit is a servant of the joy of the Gospel” (GC 36, 2016).

However, listening to His voice, considering, and responding to it, sometimes we are undecided, unsure, or does not even know how to begin. The Jesuit Vocation Promotion in Thailand is ready to help those interested in the vocation; whether it's a feeling of uncertainty, lack of information to make such a decision, etc. You can contact the Facebook page Jesuit Vocations-Thailand or contact Fr. Sakda Saenbanchoedsuk, SJ, a Jesuits who is working directly on the vocation. The vocation team can listen, advice, and guide you regarding vocations as well as helping to ponder the decision to become a priest or religious.




For comprehensive information on Vocations, you are encouraged to connect with the official Facebook page: Jesuit Vocations-Thailand. Additionally, direct contact can be made with Fr. David Sakda Saenbanchoedsuk, the supervisor of Jesuit Vocations in Thailand, via his email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by phone at Tel: 095 502 5545.


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