Respond to Your Call

SSPTrying to select a vocation or wanting to make a vocation affirmation?

On October 25-26 2014, the UC Society of Saint Paul, sponsored by the Serra Club of Cincinnati and the St. James Project of the Athenaeum, will hold a Discernment Retreat to provide college students and recent college graduates with the tools and knowledge to make the next step toward a Christian vocation.

The Lord has loved us into being for a purpose. The Discernment Retreat is an opportunity for area college age women and men to attune themselves to hear His call to married or consecrated life. Each participant will complete the online Gallup StrengthFinder® questionnaire before October 15. With prayer and a better understanding of themselves, participants will be able to match their talents with the demands of the vocations. At the retreat, participants will hear speakers as various as a married couple, a religious sister, a religious brother, and a priest. The event will be held at Annunciation Parish, Cincinnati, from noon to noon, on October 25-26. The cost is $15. Please bring a sleeping bag and air mattress. A printable flyer with more details is available here and on the right sidebar.

The UC Society of St. Paul is a group of college students committed to the Roman Catholic Church’s New Evangelization. In the Spirit of its patrons, St. Paul, and Bl. Pier Giogi Frassati, and centered on the Eucharist, the society strives to call college students to faith in Jesus Christ and His Church. Mr. Arlinghouse is the program director for the UC Society of St. Paul (SSP).

For information and registration contact Marty Arlinghaus at 440.364.4813 or ucsocietyofsaintpaul@gmail.com.

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