Wonderfully Made:
A Theology of the Body Retreat for High School Girls

The St. Peter Respect Life Committee is excited to announce our upcoming Theology of the Body Retreat for High School Girls

Retreat Leader:   Samantha Kelley of FIERCEAthlete.org
Speaker:  Marie DiCecco, “Women’s Health in conformity with Theology of the Body”

Priests: Fr. Timothy Danaher, O.P., Fr. Michael Moriarty, LC
When: Saturday, February 8 – Arrive 9:00 AM
to Sunday, February 9 – Depart 11:30 AM

Lunch and Dinner served Saturday & Breakfast served Sunday 

227 Isabella Road, Elverson, PA 19520

Cost: $75 per person (scholarships available)

We will talk about what it means to be a young, dynamic, Catholic woman in today’s world. The retreat will introduce you to John Paul II’s Theology of the Body and what it means for your life!  This retreat will include talks, small groups, Mass, adoration and time for confession.

The Retreat is led by Samantha Kelley, the Founder and President of FIERCE Athlete (fierceathlete.org). Sam is a young Catholic woman, trained in teaching the Theology of the Body. She holds a Master’s degree in Catholic Psychology, is a former Division 1 soccer player, and now rows competitively!

Marie DiCecco has been a high school health educator for the past 35 years and has recently completed an Allied Health program in women’s health care. She is passionate about educating young females on the beauty of their femininity. Marie believes that the foundation of the “feminine genius” – as described by Pope St. John Paul II –  lies in her capacity to know that she is endowed with specific feminine gifts that encourage her to become the woman she is called by God to be.

The Sisters of Life will be attending, speaking and leading small groups.  

FOR MORE INFORMATION, TEXT Eileen Christian @ 610-716-1840 or email eileenchristian@usa.net


Sponsored by St. Peter’s Respect Life Committee

Respect Life Committee

Respect Life Committee Mission: To educate the parish on pro-life issues and support local crisis pregnancy centers and other pro-life organizations, in addition to participating in pro-life activities at county, regional and national levels.

What does it involve? Educating parishioners on Catholic teaching on life and family issues and encourage faithful social responsibility. Periodic meetings, commitment to witness to Life from conception to natural death.

Who should participate? Parishioners interested in participating in prayer vigils, rallies or in assisting with the logistics of presenting educational speakers on the life issues.

Email respectlife@saintpeterchurch.net for more information.