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Built in the early 1900s, the Chapel and Convent of Divine Love is a beacon of hope to the world.
St. Katharine Drexel used to come here for adoration.
The Chapel is located on the corner of 23rd and Green St. in the Fairmount section of Philadelphia.
The Holy Spirit Adoration Sisters (SSpSAp, or Congregatio Servarum Spiritus Sancti de Adoratione Perpetua) were founded by St. Arnold Janssen.
A joyful Mother Mary Cecilia shares stories about the life of the Sisters though the grille that separates the cloister from visitors.
The Sisters are cloistered and live in a world beyond the world.
Theirs is a world that revolves around Christ.
"By adoring our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament—we live in communion with Christ here on Earth."
"Our hidden life is a prayer for the missions and an intercession for the world."
"Our commitment to Christ each day is manifested in the way we entrust ourselves entirely to His Holy Will."
"Discover a piece of heaven on earth—and be consumed by Divine Love."
Where the unbroken devotion continues on ...
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