Yearly Archives: 2017
The Dominican Sisters International (DSI) is pleased to share their “Mission Brief” (July-November 2017). The newsletter includes “some echoes of events and articles that are part of the reality of Dominican Apostolic Sisters around the world.” Read newsletter
By Sr. Anne Lythgoe, O.P.
I came across a New York Times story about Catholic sisters today — it is well worth your time. I suggest you read it if you plan to see the new film: Novitiate. It might be a good inoculation against a sad, tedious and inaccurate depiction of religious life in the 1960s.
“As of 2017, there are 65.6 million forcibly displaced people, 22.5 million refugees and 10 million stateless people roaming the face of the earth. Most refugees seek asylum in their immediate regions, which as it happens, tend to be low-or middle-income countries […]” Read article by Dominican Volunteer Viviana Garcia-Blanco