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Interviews with our Newly Professed Sisters

The month of June is always a special month. Of course, we celebrate the Feast of our Father St. Paul on June 30. The whole month, however, has a celebratory flavor. All of us remember our profession as Daughters of St Paul which are always celebrated in this special month. In our hearts, we renew our vows and rededicate ourselves in the Church to evangelization with the media of social communication.  Each year a number of sisters rejoice in their 25th, 50th, 60th, and 75th anniversaries of religious profession. And there is the excitement and joy of our novices who make their first profession, and Junior professed sisters who take that final step in which they pronounce their vows as a Daughter of St Paul “for all their life.” This year Sr Amanda Marie made her first profession and Sr Jackie Jean-Marie made her perpetual profession. We caught up with each of them so they could share with all of us what this day has meant for them.





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Daughters of St. Paul

Proclaiming the gospel through the media.

In a world that yearns to receive the Good News, we seek through the various aspects of our mission to be instruments of mercy, hope, and love.

Discern Your Vocation

Our sisters regularly host opportunities for vocational discernment, providing a space for young women to find out more about religious life and pray about where God is calling them. To find out about opportunities near you or to speak with a sister about vocational discernment, get in touch with us. Know that we are praying for you!

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