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posted on November 13, 2006

Winners and Losers: Two New Film Reviews

Film critic, Tom Condon, OP, looks at The Queen, the new film about Elizabeth at the time of the death of Princess Diana and a film based on best selling author Neale Donald Walsch's book series: Conversations with God. One is worth it, the other you might want to skip. READ MORE

Siena Heights University Inaugurates New President

ADRIAN, Mich. – Delivering a message of academic boldness and expanded outreach, Sister Peg Albert, OP, Ph.D., was inaugurated as the 10th President of Siena Heights University Nov. 3. Before a captive audience of approximately 600 people in Lumen Ecclesiae Chapel on Siena Heights’ Adrian campus, Sister Peg, drawing on the theme “Be Bold, Think Higher,” outlined the future of the institution founded by the Adrian Dominican Sisters in 1919. READ MORE

New Resources on Dominican Charism Available

Sinsinawa Domincan Office of Mission Integration is offering a new series on Dominic's Charism, a companion to two previous and equally excellent pamphets on Domincan Trandtion and Foundations. If you are looking for useful material to share with associates, ministry partners, young people, here it is, well worth looking over. READ MORE

Aquinas Institute's New Home Reconized

ST. LOUIS, MO- November 13, 2006--Paric Corp., the firm that oversaw the gut renovation of the building that today houses Aquinas Institute, won the prestigious Keystone Award on Thursday from Associated General Contractors of St. Louis. One judge described the renovation as the “most creative reuse” in the city this year. READ MORE

800th Anniversary Idea
Australian Students Mix in a Little Mystery In Recipe Book

AUSTRALIA - November 13, 2006 - Students of All Saints College in Maitland, New South Wales, Australia, are not saying why they chose "The Wooden Spoon" as the title of a recipe book the junior students have published to mark the 800th anniversary of the founding of the Dominican Order. READ MORE

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Dominicans at the United Nations:
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LISTEN to an audio interview with newly appointed Co-Promoter of Jusitce: Toni Harris as she begins her new minitstry on the Interntional Justice and Peace Commission.

School of the Americas March Draw Dominicans
According to organizers, the November Vigil and Action to close the School of the Americans (SOA/WHINSEC) has grown into a major convergence point for people from across the Americas Dominicans plan to attend. .READ MORE

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