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New Book Chronicles the History of the
Adrian Dominican Sisters from 1924-1933

December 19, 2006 – Adrian, Michigan – Seeds Scattered and Grown, the second volume of Adrian Dominican history written by Sister Nadine Foley, OP, is now available. The book chronicles the Adrian Dominican history from 1924-1933, the Mother Augustine Walsh years. The second volume follows the first, Amid the Alien Corn, by Mary Philip Ryan, OP.

"What was once a field of alien corn was tilled and furrowed to become a friendly ground, rich with the promise of new seed. Acting upon that promise, the followers of Mother Camilla Madden, OP, zealously built upon the foundation she had laid. They were able to bring the new congregation from its obscurity in a rural cornfield to recognition as a foremost contributor to the rise of Catholic education in the United States. The 10 years chronicled here were indeed a period of Seeds Scattered and Grown." [Excerpt from Seeds Scattered and Grown]

The cost of Seeds Scattered and Grown is $12, plus $3 for shipping, if applicable. To order, send shipping information along with a check or money order for the correct amount (made payable to the Adrian Dominican Sisters) to Sister Nadine Foley, 1257 East Siena Heights Drive, Adrian, Michigan 49221-1793.

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