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About Petawa

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Petawa promotes the belief that personal development and self-fulfillment can only find true expression in the context of service to others. Its programs and activities aim to challenge women, whether married or single, students or professionals, to accept their responsibility for the moral fiber of society and to work to help change the world by struggling for personal holiness.

Petawa offers women of all ages a complete plan of integrated formation, to improve their intellectual, moral, spiritual, cultural and professional formation. This formation is offered through leadership programs, Roman Catholic spiritual retreats, seminars on family life and marriage, Catholic theology classes and other religious & professional activities.

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Monthly Leadership Clubs

Monthly Leadership Clubs-Opportunity to participate in a service activity, grow in leadership qualities through character development talks and have fun at the same time!

  • Service projects monthly to local nursing homes, soup kitchens, etc…
  • Weekly Christian Living classes which focus on building relationship with Christ.
  • Monthly mornings of reflection (recollection) followed by pizza and service work
  • Monthly meditations Summer service projects

  • Monthly Evenings of Recollection
  • Speakers on current Christian and cultural issues
  • Retreats at Shellbourne Conference Center, IN
  • Monthly service project to local nursing homes, soup kitchens, etc
  • Weekly meditations
  • Weekly Christian Living classes which focus on building a relationship with Christ.

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  • Retreats at Shellbourne Conference Center, IN or a local conference center offered during the week or on weekends.
  • Continuing education classes offered in Philosophy, Theology and Catechetical studies.
  • Mothers Exchange – Talks and discussions on home management, discipline, cooking tips, time management, fostering family time and more.
  • Book Clubs – Group discussions on great works of literature, both classic and contemporary.