January 11, 2012
PHOTOS: St. John Neumann Vocations Retreat
We started this National Vocations Awareness Week with our annual retreat at the St. John Neumann Shrine in Philadelphia. Eight men joined us for a weekend of prayer and reflection. The retreat ended with a special Mass marking St. John Neumann's feast day.
Photos courtesy of Fr. Tat Hoang, C.Ss.R.
Fr. Matt Allman (right) speaks to retreatants about St. John Neumann.
Fr. John Kingsbury (second from left) speaks with the group of discerners.
The retreat group at the tomb of St. John Neumann.
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