Carmelite Sisters of the Divine Heart of Jesus

St. Louis, MO

The Carmelite Sisters of the Divine Heart of Jesus offer Holiness Retreats to deepen your relationship with Jesus Christ through a weekend focused on HIM. Retreatants will have the opportunity to join in the prayer life of the Sisters, hear talks given on the theme, and connect and share with other young women who desire to grow in holiness.

The Carmelite Sisters of the Divine Heart of Jesus also offer Vocation Retreats which include talks given by the sisters focusing on discernment, religious life, and Carmel; prayers and recreation with the Sisters; time to talk with other young women discerning God's call; and an opportunity for silence and solitude.

Please see http://www.carmelitedcj.org/vocation/retreats-events for more information.

Place: Carmelite Sisters, DCJ, 10341 Manchester Road Kirkwood, Missouri  63122

Time: 7 pm Thursday – 10 am Sunday

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 Retreat Donation:  $25

Sr. Mary Joseph, Carmel.DCJ
Carmelite Sisters
10341 Manchester Road
St. Louis, MO 63122
314-965-7616
Website: http://www.carmelitedcj.org/vocation/retreats-events

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