New Membership Drive
The Serra Club of Erie recently began a new membership drive to attract Catholic men and women who share the club’s twin goals of affirming diocesan clergy and consecrated religious, encouraging young men and women to consider vocations to the priesthood and religious life.
Father Michael Polinek blesses the traveling diocesan vocation cross, an initiative of the Office of Vocations that is supported by the Serra Club of Erie.
Serra Club President
A message from the Serra Club President
The Serra Club is an international Catholic lay organization dedicated to supporting and encouraging vocations to the priesthood and religious life. The first Serra club was formed in 1935 in Seattle. Our Erie chapter was founded on February 24, 1960 becoming the 193rd club in existence.
The name comes from Fr. Junipero Serra a Spanish priest and friar of the Franciscan Order who founded several Spanish missions in California.
We meet once a month at noon for lunch and a speaker on some aspect of our Catholic faith. The goal of these meetings is to create an opportunity for our own spiritual growth and fellowship. We also have three or four special event evening meetings during the year.
Fr. Michael Kesicki
A message from the Serra Club Chaplains
The Serra Club of Erie has a proud history of supporting vocations in our diocese. Each year we welcome new members - they find that the mission and activities of the club resonate with their Catholic faith and strengthen it. As the Co-Chaplains, appointed by the Bishop of Erie, we are proud to serve the club as members pursue creative ways to promote priesthood, consecrated life and the diaconate.
We hope that the website helps you to become more familiar with our club. Please join Serrans in praying for vocations. May each of us live out our vocation with generosity and fidelity!
Sincerely in Christ,
Fr. Michael Kesicki and Fr. Scott Jabo
Fr. Scott Jabo