Many of our sisters are currently retired and working in part-time ministries. However, we have a long history of teaching, nursing, and ministering throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. These stories catalogue our history of hope and our legacy of service —be sure to let us know if you spot a sister who served you in the past!
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How do we celebrate the birth of Jesus, the Incarnation in 2020?
I now recognize that my friend’s insight, as well as my defensive reaction, opened up a greater consciousness of how slippery a slope it is to get stuck in self and then to be seduced by a flawed sense of righteousness.
Remember who you are. Perhaps it was for this very moment that you were created. Remember too that we are not alone on this journey. We are accompanied by the God of Promise.
Sister Jo-Ann Iannotti eulogizes Sister Joan Coffey, OP (Sister James Cecilia) who died May 11, 2020.
Sister Mary Ella Morrison, OP (Sister Margaret Therese) of the Dominican Sisters of Hope died peacefully on September 1, 2020.
In our seventh and final episode, Dominican Sister of Hope Jo-Ann Iannotti, OP shares Catherine’s story of being the only laywoman who is a Doctor of the Church.
Who is God for you? What is your prayer life like for you? Do you speak to God in prayer, and do you listen? In our sixth episode, Dominican Sister of Hope Ann Daniel Belmonte, OP shares how Catherine models a dialogue with God.
To be Human, Christian, Dominican is to be in relationship! How do I (we) respond??
How will we know who we are? How will we discern what is God’s truth for us in this moment? In our fifth episode, Dominican Sister of Hope Cynthia Bauer, OP shares how Catherine’s life helps us answer these questions for ourselves.
Mount Saint Mary College mandated that all faculty planning to teach in the Fall must take an e-class course in basic Online Learning. Hope had stopped being a theological virtue and become the last resort of a drowning woman.