Monthly Archives: February 2019
Maryknoll Mission Institute: “All the Light We Need”
Nancy Schreck. OSF, former President of LCWR will be giving a program at Maryknoll May 12-17, 2019. “Light is essential to life . . . so with our own lives, we need light and this program of Nancy’s will enable us to reflect on people, places and things that give light to our inner being.” Please click here for more information.
Dominican Sisters Conference: News from Dominicans at the Border
Over the last few months stories have been shared from Dominican sisters who have visited the border. The Dominican Sisters Conference (DSC) will be sharing these stories on their website and Facebook page. Please click here to read the stories (more stories will be added in the future).
Dominican Institute for the Arts 2019 Gathering
The Dominican Institute for the Arts (DIA) 2019 Summer gathering will be from July 28-31. Please click here for the registration form.
Dominican Sisters of Peace: ‘A Day in the Life on the Border’
By Sister Joye Gros, O.P.
El Paso, TX – The day begins when we learn at 10:30 PM that we are to prepare lunch for 150 the next day. We did not know what food we had in stock in the kitchen, so we had to go early to pick up keys, take an inventory, go shopping and begin the meal. Since we cooked in one location and needed to transport everything across town, we had to do some other time-consuming things, such as turn on the gas for the stove (which frightened both of us), line the trunk of the car to protect it from pasta sauce, etc.
We put the water on to boil. You know what they say about a watched pot! We chopped veggies by the dozens, assembled five huge containers of salad, mixed garlic butter and grilled buns, and made five huge containers of pasta with sauce. Since the pans we had were aluminum, we had to double stack them to protect from heat and spilling. It served as little protection. We wondered – will it be enough? Will everyone like it?