Expression of Gratitude

Six years ago, Sisters Mary Murray, Irene Ellis, Eileen Gannon, Grace Anne Hogan, and Margaret Palliser generously answered a call from God and from the congregation to accept the ministry of congregational leadership. Like Saint Dominic, Catherine of Siena, Sister Alice Mary Thorpe, our foundress, and the innumerable Dominicans who have preceded them, these Sisters …

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2018 – Dominican Sisters inspire Climate Solutions Fund

On June 18, 2018, the third anniversary of Laudato Sí, thirty Dominican Sisters, representing the various congregations across the U.S. gathered at the global headquarters of Morgan Stanley in NYC to celebrate the official launch of our collaboration to pro-actively invest in climate solutions that integrate the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals on water, sanitation, food …

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2019 – A covenant with the Sisters of Our Lady of Christian Doctrine

On June 7, 2018, two congregations of women religious based in Rockland County, NY, formally enter into a Covenant Relationship. In planning for their future, the members of the Sisters of Our Lady of Christian Doctrine had determined that due to their demographics they needed assistance with governance and the management of the day-to-day and …

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2010 – Dominican Leadership Conference

In October 2010, the Dominican Leadership Conference and the Federation of Dominican Sisters USA merge into the Dominican Sisters Conference (DSC), a collaborative vehicle for both leadership and members of 17 congregations. The Dominican Sisters Conference unites the sisters and associates of U.S. Dominican Congregations in their mission to preach the Gospel of Jesus, standing …

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2007 – St. Agnes Residence, Sparkill, NY

St. Agnes Residence is dedicated on Sunday, December 11, 2005. The new residential wing provides ADA-compliant accommodations that meet the needs of the growing numbers of retired sisters, particularly those who require some assistance to be able to maintain their independence.

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