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Rosary for Peace, July 2024

The Dominican Sisters warmly invite you to be part of our community by attending our monthly Rosary for Peace on Monday, July 22, 2024, at 7:00 PM ET. Please join us on Zoom or YouTube live, where we will come together in prayer and reflection. The Rosary is a Scripture-based…

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Save the Date, Cycling for Peace, 2024

Cycle for Peace

We look forward to cycling or walking with you on the beautiful grounds of St. Thomas Aquinas College and Dominican Convent in Sparkill, NY on September 28, 2024. Visit our link on the Event page to register.

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Saints and Saintly Dominicans, Thea Bowman

The U.S. bishops endorsed the sainthood cause of Sister Thea Bowman on Nov. 14, 2018, during their fall assembly in Baltimore. The granddaughter of slaves, she transcended racism to leave a lasting mark on U.S. Catholic life in the late 20th century. Join Sister Kathleen McManus, OP if you would…

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Saints and Saintly Dominicans, Catherine of Siena

Monday, April 29, is the Feast of Saint Catherine of Siena. Sister Margaret Palliser will answer the question: “Who was Catherine of Siena and what might her message be for us today?” Join us to learn more about this amazing 14th century Dominican powerhouse.

Saints and Saintly Dominicans is a series of reflections on men and women from our rich Catholic Tradition, including well- known saints (many from our Dominican Family) as well as newer faces among those whom the Church recognizes as “holy.”

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Haiti Vigil and Fundraiser

We invite you to join us in a Prayer Vigil and Fundraiser for Haiti on Saturday, April 27, 2024, at 1:30 PM ET at Dominican Convent in Sparkill, NY. Please Click Here to make a donation to our Haiti Fund. Since 2010 we have been connected to the people of Haiti…

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Jesus Christ: Expanding our View

Please Click Here to join this Zoom event featuring presenter and noted theologian Sr. Carla Mae Streeter, OP on April 25, 2024 at 6:30 PM ET. Here Sr. Carla Mae will offer Theological background to help prepare preachers to proclaim the Good News. Sr. Carla Mae Streeter, O.P., Th.D., is…

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Laudato Si’ Stations of the Cross

Stations of the Cross

The Dominican Sisters invite you to pray the Stations of the Cross with us on Monday, March 25, 2024. Please join our Sisters, Associates and faith community via Zoom or YouTube. This version of the The Stations of the Cross in the wake of our climate crisis has been Created…

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Contemplation with Creation

Join us either in person or on Zoom for an evening of Contemplation with Creation. Thursday, March 21, 6:00 – 7:30 PM ET. Lead by Facilitator Christina Leaño, Associate Director, Laudato Si’ Movement, Meditation Teacher, and Retreat Leader. Please RSVP to Maria Guy to attend in person at 845-359-4163 or…

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Ribbons of Remembrance Prayer Vigil

Ribbons of Remembrance

We and our interfaith partners, particularly Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Pearl River, have been holding prayer vigils for victims of mass shootings in the United States for the past two years. As we read the names, ages and home of each person killed, we held sacred space and then…

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Associates’ Reflection Day

“Through poetry, personal reflections, scripture, music and table sharing we hope to show how God’s grace is not limited by sorrow and difficulty. It shines like a strand of gold mixed in with the multicolored threads. We hope you will see that the Master Weaver’s hands move with infinite love….

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Saints and Saintly Dominicans, Fra Angelico

This Sunday, February 18, is the Feast of our Dominican brother, Blessed John of Fiesole—better known as FRA ANGELICO.

What do you know about this brilliant and prolific artist of the 15th century who was given the title “Blessed” in 1982? Learn about this simple and holy friar and how his art has been preaching the gospel for more than 600 years.

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On-Demand Lectures

Made possible by a generous gift, the Dr. J.T. Vincent Lou Lectures are held twice a year, one in the Fall and one in the Spring. They are free and open to the public. These presentations by renowned lecturers offer the opportunity to explore important issues in light of Catholic Social Teaching. Our past lectures are available on YouTube for viewing.

As always, we are thankful to the many people who make these events possible and for your continued interest and support.

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