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Sr. Helena Raphael Burns, FSP

Use Theology of the Body To Discern Your Vocation!

Does everyone have a vocation? How many different types of vocations are there? Why is marriage the model for all vocations? Is true love for everyone or just a lucky few? We will use JP2G's (John Paul II the Great) life-changing "Theology of the Body" as a tool to clarify, simply, inspire and enlighten our vocational journeys!


Sr. Helena Burns, fsp, is a member of the Daughters of St. Paul, an international congregation of Roman Catholic Sisters founded to communicate God's Word through the media. She has an M.A. in Media Literacy Education; a B.A. in theology and philosophy from St. John's University, NYC; studied screenwriting at UCLA and Act One-Hollywood; and holds a Certificate in Pastoral Youth Ministry. She wrote and directed a documentary on the life of Blessed Father James Alberione: and is a co-producer on She is also a regional vocation directress for her congregation.

Sr. Helena gives Media Literacy & Theology of the Body workshops & courses ( to youth & adults all over Canada and the U.S., and believes that media can be a primary tool for sharing God's love and salvation. (She is a dual citizen, Canada/USA: an international woman of mystery.)

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James Alberione was kicked out of the seminary as a young man for "bad reading." By the grace of God and the help of the Blessed Virgin Mary, he turned his life around. James entered another seminary and founded a religious community that evangelizes with good media while praying in reparation for the harm done by evil media. The Daughters of St. Paul are called to be contemplatives in action with 3 hours of prayer daily. Watch the film here!



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