Photo of the Week: Women in Discernment & Dominican Family Members from Around the Country Came Together to Celebrate Sr. Beáta Tiboldi’s (Peace) Profession
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March 27, 2019, Adrian, Michigan – Even during their Spring Break from the Collaborative Dominican Novitiate (CDN) and from formal studies at Aquinas Institute of Theology in St. Louis, two Dominican novices did not take a break from learning. Sister Rolande Kahindo Pendeza, a Maryknoll novice, and Sister Phuong Vu, a novice of the Dominican Sisters of Peace, spent their break visiting Dominican Motherhouses in Columbus, Ohio; Springfield, Illinois; Adrian, Michigan; and Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Ponchatoula, LA– About 30 Associates of the Dominican Sisters of Peace, along with local Sisters, gathered at the Rosaryville Spirit Life Center April 25-28 for an Associate Retreat.
The retreat, themed “Journey to Transforming Truth”, was an opportunity for retreatants to deepen their faith by opening their hearts and minds to the reality of one human family, and to Christ’s commandment to love one another as He loves us.
Columbus, OH – The second Sunday of Easter was the perfect day for the Perpetual Profession of Sr. Beáta Tiboldi, OP, 40, as a Dominican Sister of Peace. Her profession was made in a celebratory Mass in the chapel at the Congregation’s Motherhouse in Columbus, OH.
The Dominican Sisters of Sinsinawa have released a public statement in response to the recent burnings of African-American churches in LA and the Highlander Center in TN. Please click here to read the statement on the Dominican Sisters Conference website.
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