Little Sisters of the Poor

Who: For young women ages 18-35 who are exploring the possibility of a religious vocation.

What: We will begin in an atmosphere of silence with Eucharistic adoration and a guided experience of lectio divina, the contemplative reading of Sacred Scripture. The retreat will include Mass on Saturday and Sunday, the Liturgy of the Hours, the Rosary and times of encounter with the Little Sisters and the elderly residents of St's. Peter & Paul Home. Please bring a Bible, a sleeping bag (if possible) and, most importantly, an open heart!

Where: St's. Peter & Paul Home, 1028 Benton Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15212 and other nationwide locations

If God has gifted you with a love for the poor and a desire to know Him more deeply, He may be offering you the precious gift of a vocation to consecrated life. We’d be happy to talk with you and accompany you in your discernment.With the canonization of our foundress and the ever-increasing population of older persons, our vocation is more relevant than ever. Saint Jeanne Jugan often said, “What happiness for us, to be a Little Sister of the Poor!” We feel the same way today and we’re eager to share our joy with you.

Is God offering you this grace?

Contact: Sr. Dorothy, lsp

Phone: 412-307-1100

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