I feel I may be called to be a brother, deacon or priest but I'm not sure if the consecrated life should be monastic, religious or diocesan. Even if I'm not called to the consecrated life, then I still know I'm called to serve the Church in some capacity (perhaps as a layperson). I have not talked to any vocations directors nor do I have a spiritual advisor, but I've felt "the calling" (and perhaps resisted it) for a very long time. I incurred a large student loan debt during college (undergrad and grad school). I know debts can preclude a person from being accepted into a vocation. Is my debt maybe a sign I'm not called to a vocation anymore or maybe I never really was called to it? (it's a large debt and I do not have any conceivable means of paying it off). Thanks to all that reply.