The Daughters of St. Paul Holy Week Discernment Retreat!

We invite single young women ages 18-33 who are discerning a vocation to the religious life are invited to consider our Holy Week Discernment Retreat 2019! The retreat will take place Wednesday, April 17-Monday, April 22, 2019 at our Novitiate House in Boston. It includes Mass, community prayer, Eucharistic Adoration, a silent retreat day on Good Friday, conferences, an experience of our mission, the celebrations of the Sacred Triduum and Easter, recreation and more!

For more information please contact Sr Emily Beata at vocations@paulinemedia.com or 703-549-3806. God bless you!

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