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Posted on Jun 21, 2016 |

Photo: Procession at Bishop Brute Days

Photo: Procession at Bishop Brute Days

Fr. Miachel Wimett, Vocation Director for the Archdiocese of Louisville, leads a torchlight procession at the “Bishop Brute Days” discernment retreat held by Bishop Simon Brute minor seminary in Indianapolis this month. Photo by Sean Gallager for The Criterion.

Fr. Miachel Wimsatt, Vocation Director for the Archdiocese of Louisville, leads a torchlight procession at the “Bishop Brute Days” discernment retreat held by Bishop Simon Brute minor seminary in Indianapolis this month. Photo by Sean Gallager for The Criterion.

The annual Bishop Bruté Days for young men discerning priesthood at  Bishop Simon Bruté Minor Seminary in Indiana include camping, talks, fun, and prayer. More than 50 men from as far as Louisville and Ft. Wayne attended this year. Minor seminaries are undergraduate colleges for young men discerning a call to the priesthood; the Indianapolis school was established in 2004 and is attended by many young men from the region.

Out of favor for several decades in the United States and Europe, Eucharistic Adoration is now cited frequently as an important factor in discerning vocations to priesthood and religious life and to parish renewal, and Eucharistic processions are increasingly common at Catholic retreats and events.

Photo by Sean Gallagher for The Criterion, the newspaper of the Archdiocese of Indianapolis.

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