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  •   St. Peter's Parish Mission

    “The Way of Love: The Battle for Inner Transformation” 

    To be held: April 3, 4, 5 at Our Lady of the Rosary Chapel

    Conducted by Dr. Ronda Chervin
    Catholic Author, International Speaker and Professor of Philosophy 

     April 3 - "The Way of Love"
     April 4 - "Feminine and Masculine Traits in a                    Christian Perspective"
     April 5 - "Taming the Lion Within" Five Steps                     from Anger to Peace" 

    Each day of the mission:
    12:00pm -  Mass and Mission Talk
    7:30pm - Evening Service and Mission Talk
    (Confessions on Wednesday night)

    Dr. Chervin on EWTN's "The Journey  Home"

    Dr. Chervin's Biography   

    Dr's Chervin's Publications and Website


    Dr. Ronda Chervin

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