Kevin J. Banet and his staff will find qualified candidates to become sisters, priests, brothers and consecrated persons.
Working from his office in the Chicago area, Kevin will design a promotion plan for your Catholic congregation or community, using various internet means to find and attract others to your charism and community. Kevin and his team can set up a social media program, redesign your website, write press releases, use Facebook, Twitter, make videos, chat, and advertising. They will also get publicity using their media contacts.
What makes us stand out?
While other vocation services provide names of candidates matched from a database, Kevin builds up a presence for you on the internet, and works with you directly, finding individual candidates whose names are yours alone and are not shared with others.
Vatican II spoke of using the “modern means of communications” to promote the Gospel. Pope Benedict XVI and the Vatican have repeatedly encouraged the Church to use the internet in the Church’s mission. That is what we are all about, as applied to vocations. Read our happy clients’ testimonials.
Kevin J. Banet
Kevin has worked for 25 years in the Catholic apostolate, in the fields of natural family planning, Catholic publishing, pro-life work, and vocations work. He has worked for the Couple to Couple League (natural family planning) as public information director, and for the Institute on Religious Life. He has served for years in pro-life work, teaching others sidewalk counseling. He also lived for six years as a Third Order Dominican at the St. Martin de Porres Lay Dominican Community in New Hope, KY.
Kevin has worked for the Chicago Sun-Times, and has studied journalism at Northwestern University. His consulting work includes serving such organizations as the Archdiocese of Chicago, the Institute on Religious Life, Serra International, and various Poor Clare, Carmelite and other communities. His op-ed pieces and articles have appeared in the Cincinnati Enquirer, American Wheelman, Liguorian, and on the online Ezine magazine. He blogs for a number of religious communities as well. Take a look at his portfolio on this website.
Kevin has a keen eye for not only the ability to promote a community’s charism on the internet, but also has a first-hand knowledge of everyday life in a religious community. Thus he is well suited to understand the needs of religious communities.