Upon first glance, Sr. Lois Liekweg might seem a quiet, unassuming woman. But as soon as you get her talking, she radiates with vibrance and a keen intellect. She values intelligence- both the importance of an educated mind, and the blessing of having helped so many students build knowledge and confidence within themselves during her […]
We are proud to acknowledge several Sisters who were recently honored and/or featured in the news: Sr. June Clare Tracy received the Lighting the Fire of Catholic Education Award for her outstanding commitment to Catholic Education in the Archdiocese of New York. During a ceremony the Superintendent of NY Archdiocesan Schools, Dr. McNiff, gave the […]
Sparkill Associate Anne Donoghue renewed her commitment as an Associate of the Congregation on June 15, 2015. A wonderful luncheon followed which was prepared by Anne’s daughters. We congratulate you, Anne, and are grateful to have you as part of our community!
President, Sr. Mary Murray, Reflects on Pope Francis’ Visit to the United States and His Messages For All
There are moments in our lives when the impact of one person has the potential to change our lives forever. Such a moment may well be the visit of Pope Francis to the United States. His message of respect, reconciliation, forgiveness and dialogue with those of different ideologies, perspectives, positions and spiritual traditions to work […]
The Dominican Sisters of Sparkill were thrilled to have students from their two sponsored high schools attend the 2015 Dominican High Schools Preaching Conference in Adrian, MI earlier this summer. Four juniors from Albertus Magnus High School, Bardonia, NY, accompanied by their Campus Minister Sr. Nancy Richter, and 2 juniors from Aquinas High School, Bronx, […]
Coverage of One to One Learning’s 2015 Hands of Hope Gala in Rivertown Magazine. Read more
On Tuesday evening, October 20, 2015, the Dominican Sisters of Sparkill hosted a unique volunteer event at Dominican Convent in Sparkill, NY. A group of women and girls — including Associate members, staff and friends of the Sisters, as well as 15 students from Albertus Magnus High School (one of the Sisters’ sponsored schools) — […]
Sister Margaret Mary O’Doherty was spotlighted in Catholic Extension Magazine’s Fall 2015 issue for her work with children from broken families on the Chippewa-Cree Native American reservation in Box Elder, Montana
Sister Margaret Mary O’Doherty was spotlighted in Catholic Extension Magazine’s Fall 2015 issue for her work with children from broken families on the Chippewa-Cree Native American reservation in Box Elder, Montana. Read the full story here.
Sister Margaret Palliser’s reflection on the Dominican spirituality of aging featured in NRRO’s Winter newsletter, “Engaging Aging.”
Sister Margaret Palliser’s reflection on the Dominican spirituality of aging featured in NRRO’s Winter newsletter, “Engaging Aging.” Read more
Sister Nancy Richter honored at Albertus Magnus High School’s annual Concert for Life event. Read more