Welcome to the Home Page of the Serra
Club of Charleston, West Virginia.
Serra International is a global lay apostolate for vocations in the Catholic Church. The purposes of Serra International are to foster and promote vocations to the Catholic priesthood and religious life and to encourage its members to fulfill their own Christian vocations to service.
Serra International comprises Clubs around the world whose members are faithful Catholic laymen and laywomen called Serrans. Since it was founded in 1935 in Seattle, Washington, more than 1,170 Serra Clubs have been chartered in 46 countries on six continents.
Our Club was founded on March 17, 1951, under Charter No. 60. The Charleston Club is growing and always welcomes new members for its important mission of prayer and work for the Church. You may know one of our members.
Serra International was named in honor of Saint Junípero Serra, the 18th century Franciscan missionary who founded many missions in Northern California. Father Serra was canonized by Pope Francis on September 23, 2015. His Feast Day is July 1.
Serra Objectives & Purposes
|To foster and promote vocations to the ministerial
priesthood in the Catholic Church as a
particular vocation to service, and to support priests in their sacred
|To encourage and affirm vocations to consecrated religious life in the Catholic Church; and|
|To assist its members to recognize and respond in their own lives to God's call to holiness in Jesus Christ and through the Holy Spirit.|
The following is a list of today's mass readings:
Featured Vocations WebsitesWe invite you to take a few minutes to visit these websites:
Roman Catholic Vocations
Catholic Religious Vocation Network