Rich Leonardi points to the new vocations website at the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.
It is very well put together. I'll let Rich speak for it:
According to the latest archdiocesan "ePistle", the site is based on "two years of detailed research on common thoughts, experiences, attractions, fears and questions which young men experience as the they struggle to discern God's will for their lives." The intent, explains Father Kyle Schnippel, the new Vocations Office director, is to make the initial steps toward discernment "less intimidating and more anonymous."
And as opposed to the vocations efforts of a certain other diocese, lampooned here earlier this year, the numerous explanations of the priesthood are unambiguous, practical, reverent, and, importantly, reflective of an appreciation for the importance of masculinity.
One of the heading tabs, which Rich uses as his post title, is "I like women." Another is "Parents' Concerns."