Vocations Office Diocesan Forms
The required release forms for any adult, volunteer, or child who wishes to participate in a diocesan vocation event in the Diocese of Fort Worth.
Release Forms 2021 - 2022
Vocation Events Only
These vocations office release forms will take effect June 1, 2021 and remain in effect until May 31, 2022.
Form A — Annual Vocations Office Parental Liability Waiver, Permission and Medical Information
Per each child attending any diocesan vocation office event annually beginning anytime after May 31st.
Out of State Form A — Annual Vocations Office Parental Liability Waiver, Permission and Medical Information
Per each child attending any diocesan vocation office event annually beginning anytime after May 31st. Forms OA (Out of state) and B are required for all Out of State events.
Form B — Consent to Participate, Code of Conduct, and Consent for Emergency Medical Treatment
Must be filled out per each diocesan vocation office event that the teenager is attending. This form “Consent to Participate, Code of Conduct, and Consent for Emergency Medical Treatment” must be attached to the Parent/Guardian/Conservator Permission, Liability Waiver, and Medical Information (FORM A) for each event attended. Forms A and B must travel to and from each trip.
Form D — Adult Liability Waiver, Medical Release and Promotional Release Form
For all adults participating in diocesan vocation office event.
Note: Must be at least 18 years old or older.
If you have any question, feel free to contact the Vocations Office at 817-945-9321.
Rev. Maurice Moon
Rev. Nghia Nguyen
Rev. Matthew Tatyrek
Rev. Pedro Martinez
Rev. Kyle Walterscheid
Very Rev. Jonathan C. Wallis, V.G.
Vicar General, Director of Seminarian Formation, Chaplain & Director of Newman Center at TCU
Administrative Assistant for Vocations
The Diocese of Fort Worth is dedicated to a Safe Environment. We offer extensive and mandatory training for all employees and volunteers. Please contact the Safe Environment office if you need assistance or to report an abuse or concern.
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