February 13-14, 2021
The Sisters invite you to join them on their second Virtual Discernment Retreat! Opening on February 13, this online retreat will include a variety of talks given by the Sisters and Father David Meconi, S.J. The talks cover topics such a Prayer, Dominican Spirituality, the Spirituality of DSMME, Eucharistic and Marian Devotion and many many more! No retreat is complete without Holy Mass, Eucharistic Adoration and Confession—so be sure to schedule time for prayer! So grab your laptop, your sister, best friend, roommate AND all the women your Newman Center and join us online!
Once you have registered, follow the link below to access the retreat beginning February 13. The retreat is free but will require you to create an account with goledigital in order to access the conferences. Mutual prayers!!
What girls are saying about our Virtual Retreat:
“Y’all are amazing for putting the entire retreat together online! This retreat answered many questions and gave me peace, joy, and clarity! I am very grateful for it! I definitely wish it could have been in person; however, I am very glad that we were still able to do it virtually, and it was more powerful than I would have expected from a virtual retreat.”
“I loved it, and I have learnt so much. Every talk was very relevant. And the uniqueness of each Sister can be greatly appreciated in the talks. I have been secretly, or not so secretly, obsessed with the Dominicans for a long time, and the Dominican nuns, to whom I am called, owe it to your Community for confirming my vocation!”
“Religious life is something I have always questioned/ wondered about. Through this retreat, I was able to solidify a conclusion that while I am drawn to the beauty, simplicity, and reverence of religious life, it is not God’s call for me. The Lord is calling me to be patient and wait for the man He is preparing for me. I ask, selfishly, that you say a prayer for me in finding my spouse. May I trust in God’s plan, have wisdom to see my spouse when God presents him to me, and have the courage to fulfill my vocation to marriage.”