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Join Us in Florida This Lent


As a symbol of our gratitude for our family, friends and benefactors, the Maryland, USA Northeast and Midwest Provinces are hosting Lenten days of prayer and reflection this March in Florida.

 
The Maryland and USA Northeast Provinces will also be holding a special breakfast on Thursday, March 7, with Jesuits and Friends in Naples, Florida. The Meet & Greet with Breakfast will take place from 8:30 – 10:30 a.m., and will feature our special guest, Very Rev. John J. Cecero, SJ, Provincial of the USA Northeast Province (pictured right). Join the conversation as updates on the activities of the USA Northeast and Maryland Provinces are shared. 

Click here to view the full event brochure.



To RSVP, contact Ann Marie Houston at ahouston@jesuits.org or 617-607-2814.

When responding, please specify the city and dates of the event(s) you will be attending. Be sure to provide your name, phone, email and name of guests. 

Your guests are always welcome! 






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