On Friday, March 18, sophomores from all Catholic Schools in the Diocese of Saginaw took part in Vocations Day at the Center for Ministry in Saginaw. Students learned about what it means to be called by God and how to best hear and respond to his call. Those in attendance learned about various vocations, including generous single life, the priesthood, religious life and marriage. There were numerous speakers, including a married couple, an engaged couple, priests, religious sisters and more in attendance. The Most Rev. Joseph R. Cistone, Bishop of Saginaw, participated in the day and celebrated Mass. During his homily, Bishop Cistone encouraged the young people to be open to God's will in their lives.