Yearly Archives: 2017
Movie Review by Fr. Tom Condon, O.P
If you’re like me, Wonder Woman immediately brings to mind the campy 1970’s TV show starring Lynda Carter. The movie is very different in tone from the TV show. Surprisingly, much of the movie is an espionage/adventure/romance movie with heroes Diana (Wonder Woman), played by Israeli actress Gal Gadot, and dashing American pilot Steve Trevor (Chris Pine). Diana and Steve, with the help of a small group of other spies, go behind German lines during World War I in order to end the war. This part of the movie is absorbing, enhanced by great sets and photography.
“Dominican Sister of San Rafael Gloria Montanez, OP (author name: Gloria St. Joy), has written a children’s book called Addie’s One Wish to The Brightest Star. It is a fun and entertaining book about family and friends with family values of respect, love, and kindness […]” Read more
On June 3, 2017, Blauvelt Dominican Sister Beryl Herdt, OP, was awarded the Pietas Medal from St. John’s University. Sister Beryl graduated from St. John’s University in 1967 with her PhD. Read article
Dominican Youth Movement, USA Forges Ahead as College “Preaching in Action” Conference Celebrates its 15th Year
By Sister Gina Fleming, OP
“I have been to Disney Land many many times and it is surely Magical, but it doesn’t compare to the Magic I felt this past week.” -Conference participant from Barry University
During the week of May 23rd, thirty five students from Dominican Universities/ Colleges or colleges with a Dominican presence gathered at Molloy College, Rockville Centre, NY for the 15th National “Preaching in Action” Conference. The participating universities/colleges included Albertus Magnus College, CT; Aquinas College, MI; Barry University, FL; Caldwell University, NJ; Dominican College, NY; Dominican University, CA; Dominican University, IL; Edgewood College, WI; Molloy College, NY; Ohio Dominican University, OH; Siena Heights University, MI; St. Thomas Aquinas College, NY, and Xavier University, LA.