Monthly Archives: March 2018
Submitted by Aaron Reisberg (McGreal Archivist)
This week’s archives spotlight focuses not only on collaborative organizations but records that highlight different branches of the family. To begin, we will look at an organization whose own anniversary celebration is underway. This year marks the thirtieth anniversary of the Collaborative Dominican Novitiate. The Novitiate, established in 1988, provides the novices of seventeen congregations with the opportunity to experience Dominican community life, prayer, study, ministry, exposure to and practice of preaching skills, and personal growth. The novices are directly overseen by Co-Directors, who live with them in the novitiate house and are responsible for their formation during their ten month stay. The Collaborative Dominican Novitiate Records contain documents regarding the founding and management of the organization. These include: correspondence, minutes, handbooks, as well as newsletters, videos, photographs, and other various paraphernalia.
“The first round of intergovernmental negotiations on the zero draft for the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration, otherwise known as the Global Compact for Migration, took place on the 20th, 22nd, and 23rd of February. The negotiations focused on contributions from individual parliaments and […]”
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“The Alleluia Heart: Praising God’s Goodness.”
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On Wednesday, March 14, 2018, S. Donna Maria Moses will present her newly published book, American Catholic Women Religious: Radicalized by Mission. Please click here to view the flyer.