“On Saturday, September 23rd, Caldwell University dedicated its new art gallery in the name of Sister Gerardine Mueller, OP, a Dominican Sister of Caldwell since 1939. Sister Gerardine ministered in the Art Department of Caldwell University for 34 years” […] Read more
Monthly Archives: September 2017
Movie Review by Fr. Tom Condon, O.P.
Stronger tells the story of Jeff Bauman, a man who was in the crowd at the finish line of the 2014 Boston Marathon cheering on his girlfriend, who was running. Jeff was standing near the location where the terrorist bomb exploded. As a result of the explosion, Jeff lost both his legs.
“Dominican Sisters Conference Announces Delegation to Iraq Plans for solidarity visit is contingent on outcome of Kurdish independence vote Three U.S. Dominican women planning to visit their counterparts in Iraq are awaiting word from the sisters in Iraq to determine whether the outcome of the non-binding referendum on Kurdish independence held on Monday (today, yesterday) will impact the trip.” […]
Dominican Sisters of Sinsinawa Reflect on the “Catholic Church’s Commitment to Immigrant Justice, Then and Now”
“Several Sinsinawa Dominicans, including Sister Janet Welsh, OP, were mentioned in a September article on the Center for Migration Studies website titled ‘Justice Junction in the Heartland: A Labor Day Reflection on the Catholic Church’s Commitment to Immigrant Justice, Then and Now.’” Read article
Read the latest news from the Dominican Institute for the Arts (DIA) which highlights their July gathering in Adrian, Michigan. Read newsletter