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Fr. Cutcher is a graduate of Lehman Catholic High school in Sidney, Ohio. Upon graduation he entered the U.S. Navy where he studied electronics and nuclear power in preparation for his duty aboard the USS Michigan, a ballistic missile submarine stationed at Naval Base Kitsap, Bangor, Washington. During his time on the Michigan, Fr. Tony served as the ship’s Catholic lay minister. Upon his discharge from the Navy he relocated to Nashville, TN where he began a successful career in retail management. It was while he was in Nashville that he answered God’s call to the priesthood.

Fr. Tony would later graduate from the Pontifical College Josephinum in 1993 with a B.A. in Philosophy. He later graduated from the Athenaeum of Ohio/Mt. St. Mary’s Seminary with a MDiv. and was ordained for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati in 1999.

Fr. Tony was parochial vicar at St. Peter, Huber Heights, OH. He became pastor at Sts. Peter and Paul in 2002 and then pastor at Holy Rosary Church. in St. Marys, OH in 2004. A member of the Archdiocesan Presbyteral Council, Fr. Tony was elected to the Board of Directors of the National Federation of Priests’ Councils in 2010 and became president in 2012. He serves on the Board of Interfaith Worker Justice and the National Advisory Council of the St. John Vianney Center (www.sjvcenter.org). As NFPC president, Fr. Tony is a contributor to the USCCB committee on Clergy, Consecrated Life and Vocations.

Latest Episode

Fr. T.J. Dolce joined us to talk about priestly vocations in the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston. As the vocation director, he has seen great growth in the local Church. Many people are involved in the work of supporting vocations, including parish vocation committees, the Knights of Columbus and the Serra Club. Fr. T.J. is a media savvy priest who operates the blog Saving Souls Through the Web. read more

Our History

We’re building a culture that’s open to the priesthood, clearing the path to discovery, and unlocking hearts and minds to God’s call.

Vocation Boom is a non-profit initiative that is the fruit of more than twenty years of prayer and deliberation. It grew out of a vision which began to take shape in the heart of Jerry Usher while he spent time in priestly formation from 1989 to 1995. In 2009, shortly before Pope Benedict XVI proclaimed The Year for Priests, he gathered a team of colleagues and created the Vocation Boom website, which launched on September 14 of that year – The Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross.

In February 2011, Vocation Boom Radio debuted on the EWTN Global Catholic Radio Network. The show airs Saturdays at 5:00 PM Eastern Time, 2:00 PM Pacific Time. It features cardinals, bishops, priests, deacons, and laypeople, all of whom share our passion for promoting vocations to the priesthood.

Vocation Boom’s weekly TV show can be seen on EWTN three times a week. It airs Sundays at 11am, Tuesdays at 2:30am, Thursdays at 5:30pm (all times Eastern). Be sure to tune in or set your DVR to watch it at a more convenient time.

We’ve also talked with many vocation directors and seminary rectors about creating events “on location.” We hope to gather young men (and their families) for a day of inspiring talks by seminarians and young priests, a live radio broadcast, and more.

We ask that you prayerfully consider helping us with this important work. At Vocation Boom, it is our belief that after the life and family issues – marriage, family life, abortion, euthanasia, and so on – there is nothing more important that Catholics can engage in than the cultivation of priestly vocations.

Thanks for visiting our site. It is our prayer that you find many helpful resources for your own discernment or for assisting someone you know who is considering the priesthood.

God bless you.

Nuestra Historia

Aquí en Vocation Boom, nosotros construímos una cultura abierta al sacerdocio. Despejamos la via al descubrimiento, abriendo corazones y mentes al llamado de Dios. Vocation Boom es una iniciativa sin ánimo de lucro, el fruto de mas de veinte años de oración y deliberación. Creció de una visión la cual empezó a formarse en la corazón de Jerry Usher mientras que él pasó tiempo desde 1989 hasta 1995 en la formación sacerdotal. En 2009, poco antes de que proclamó Papa Benedicto XVI El Año de los Sacerdotes, reunió a un equipo de colegas y crearon el Vocation Boom website, el cual presentó el 14 de Septiembre de ese año – La Fiesta de la Exaltación de la Santa Cruz.

En Febrero 2011, Vocation Boom debutó en el EWTN Radio. Se puede escuchar al programa en el radio los sabados a 5pm EST. Cuenta con invitados tales como cardenales, obispos, sacerdotes, diáconos y laicos – en breve, personas que comparten nuestra pasión para la promoción de las vocaciones al sacerdocio.

Vocation Boom debutará muy pronto en el EWTN TV. Los primeros trece episodios fueron recordados en julio de 2013, y se puede verlos en la tele empezando el 31 de Agosto a 11am EST (cada episodio será retransmitido los martes a las 02:30am EST y los jueves a las 5:30pm EST).

También hemos hablado con muchos directores de las vocaciones y rectores de seminaries sobre la creación de eventos locales. Esperamos reunir a los jóvenes (y sus familias) para un día de presentationes inspiradoras por los seminaristas y jóvenes sacerdotes, un programa de radio en vivo, y más.

Le pedimos que en oración considere ayudarnos con este importante trabajo. En Vocación Boom, es nuestra creencia de que en conjunción con informarnos de la enseñanza de la Iglesia en los topicos de la vida y de la familia – el matrimonio, la vida familiar, el aborto, la eutanasia, etc – no hay nada más importante que los católicos pueden involucrarse en que el cultivo de las vocaciones sacerdotales.

Gracias por visitar nuestro website. Es nuestra oración que usted encuentre muchos recursos útiles por su discernimiento o para ayudarle a alguien que usted le conoce que está considerando el sacerdocio.

¡Que Dios le bendiga!

"If you are what you should be, then you will set the world on fire." -St. Catherine of Siena

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