“There are certain people who enter the direct service sector with an idea of what poverty is and what it looks like. Coming from the world of academia, these people spend a majority of their time reading and researching this topic, never really acknowledging that they only engaged with this issue on a superficial level. When they finally do enter the field, they are faced […]” Read article by Dominican Volunteer Viviana Garcia-Blanco
Monthly Archives: October 2017
Sansbury Care Center, a long-term care facility for religious and lay women and a ministry of the Dominican Sisters of Peace, has been honored by The Business and Professional Women organization of Springfield, KY with the 2017 Business Promoting Women Award.
“For the past 12 years, many former Adrian Dominican Sisters have renewed their connection to the Congregation and to each other through Companions in the Dominican Crossthreads, an organization of former Sisters founded by Associate Joan Ebbitt. The group has been meeting twice a year to discuss books or articles on spiritual themes, to pray together and to renew the connection to the Congregation.”
Dominican Sisters of Adrian: ‘Aftermath of Shooting Brings Trauma and Support to Hospital Community’
October 12, 2017, Henderson, Nevada – As national media attention surrounding the October 1 mass shooting in Las Vegas centers on the facts of the tragedy, gun rights, and mental health issues, Dignity Health – St. Rose Dominican Hospitals continues to model compassion as its employees care for those affected by the tragedy.
St. Rose Dominican – sponsored by the Adrian Dominican Sisters – includes three hospital campuses, located in Las Vegas and nearby Henderson, Nevada, that received and cared for a total of 79 victims needing emergency care, critical care, and surgical services.