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  1. A Year-long Online Retreat

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  2. Article published on discernment

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  3. Leadership Conference of Women Religious 2019

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  5. Project Fraternity

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  6. Help out some OPs

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  7. St. John Vianney College Seminary, Miami

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  8. Final Profession For Franciscan Sisters Cfr

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  9. Informative piece on Lay Dominicans

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  10. Just to add

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  11. Wonderful Vocation Song

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  12. Introduction To Vocation Station

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