Sinsinawa Dominicans To Profess Vows
Caldwell Dominican Sister Earns Medical Degree
CALDWELL, NJ - July 31, 2009 -- Uchenna Okereke, OP, MD – the youngest member of the Caldwell Dominican Sisters - received her Doctor of Medicine degree, specializing in the Community Health, during graduation ceremonies on May 17, 2009 at The George Washington University in Washington, DC.
ADRIAN, MI July 16,2009 – For five days in late June and early July, the campuses of Siena Heights University and the Adrian Dominican Motherhouse were filled with the laughter and exuberance of 83 students from 21 Dominican high schools across the nation. The students, along with 55 adults, were gathering for the 11th Annual Dominican High Schools Preaching Conference. READ MORE
Caldwell Sisters Act to Abolish Human Trafficking
Caldwell, NJ: June 19, 2009 – For the past five years the Dominican Sisters of Caldwell have been working steadily and actively in support of human rights by firmly opposing trafficking. These efforts on behalf of human dignity were affirmed recently at a gathering at the Motherhouse in Caldwell. READ MORE
CONVENT STATION, NJ-- July 18, 2009-- From July 15-18, members of the Dominican Institute for the Arts from14 states and provinces convened at Xavier Center on the campus of Saint Elizabeth’s College for their 13th Annual National Gathering: The Contemplative Artist.” The annual Fra Angelico Award was given to Domincian Associate Martha Bartholomew.
PORTLAND, OR -- St. Anselm defined theology as, “faith seeking understanding.” For Sister Kathleen McManus, OP (Blauvelt), it is the experience of faith, as a woman in the Church, which guides her theological work. READ MORE
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FALL RIVER, MA --July 31, 2009 -- For many years Sister Gertrude Gaudette, OP, a Dominican Sister of Hope, has been well-known and recognized for her contribution to the arts. READ MORE
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