[quote="CarlosBarrera, post:12, topic:307616"]
This is the problem when I come to the forums for help. So many times, no one can ask a question without someone being critical and scrutinizing everything. There is nothing wrong with feeling like I am called that.
The bishop doesn't "call" someone. God does. He called me to the priesthood. And me asking if for further opinions as to whether this could be God's way of talking to me, is not being "ambitious" or "prideful".
I'm not saying "I want to be an exorcist so I am going to be one." I am asking "I am called to the priesthood, could God also be calling me to be an exorcist?"
There is a principle taught in this parable.
Knox Bible (KNOX)
7 He also had a parable for the guests who were invited, as he observed how they chose the chief places for themselves; he said to them: 8 When any man invites thee to a wedding, do not sit down in the chief place; he may have invited some guest whose rank is greater than thine. 9 If so, his host and thine will come and say to thee, Make room for this man; and so thou wilt find thyself taking, with a blush, the lowest place of all. 10 Rather, when thou art summoned, go straight to the lowest place and sit down there; so, when he who invited thee comes in, he will say, My friend, go higher than this; and then honour shall be thine before all that sit down in thy company. 11 Everyone who exalts himself shall be humbled, and he that humbles himself shall be exalted. 12 He said, moreover, to his host, When thou givest a dinner or a supper, do not ask thy neighbours to come, or thy brethren, or thy kindred, or thy friends who are rich; it may be they will send thee invitations in return, and so thou wilt be recompensed for thy pains. 13 Rather, when thou givest hospitality, invite poor men to come, the cripples, the lame, the blind: 14 so thou shalt win a blessing, for these cannot make thee any return; thy reward will come when the just rise again.