If You Have Never Witnessed a Sister Making Vows...

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Sister Emily Beata Marsh, FSP, shares the joy of her consecration to Christ with all of us in this lovely digital magazine that contains not just photos, but her thoughts and prayers on this special event that will shape the rest of her life!

 

 

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The Daughters of St. Paul: A presence of hope in today's world, is a digital magazine that gives you all the quick facts about us in image and words: who we are, our spirituality, our mission, plus interviews with four sisters who share what inspires them in their vocation, how they discerned, and what Pauline life is like for them now. 


                    

 

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