Dubuque Area Vocation Association, known as DAVA, promotes, encourages, and accompanies those who feel called to explore Catholic religious life vocations of sister, brother, and priest.
Women's Vocation Event March 31 - April 1
Dubuque’s Got Sisters
Are you interested in exploring religious life? Here's your chance to spend time with sisters from several communities, hear their stories and ask questions. We will travel and spend time at convents in Dubuque IA and Sinsinawa WI. There will be time for prayer, personal reflection, shared meals and conversation! This event is open to single women ages 18-45. Whether you have a beginning curiosity about religious life or are seriously discerning the possibility, this event is for you.
For more information visit https://bit.ly/DubuquesGotSisters
Download the 2022 DAVA poster for your parish or school
Note: The 2022 DAVA posters will be mailed to parishes in September along with the Seminarian poster from the Archdiocese of Dubuque Vocation Office. You are welcome to download and print extra copies.
A vocation is a call from God to be the person you are most meant to be! Every vocation is sacred and is a way to give one's life to God. We speak of four basic Catholic vocations:
Discernment is the process of making a decision based on where God is calling you. Some primary tools of discernment are: