Disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ - Prayer Town, TX

Come & See!

The Sisters of the Disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ sponsor "Come and See" retreats regularly throughout the year for single women between the ages of 18 through 35. This experience includes retreat talks, the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, community prayer of the Divine Office and rosary, adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, periods of silence, recreation, as well as time with the Sisters hearing their vocation stories. Transportation to and from the airport is provided. Information and registration forms are available upon request at the below email.

Sr. Regina Marie Barsoum, DLJC
Disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ
P.O. Box 64                                                                                                   
Prayer Town, TX 79010-0064

806-534-2312 ext. 30
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Website: www.dljc.org

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