Dominican nuns

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an order of nuns founded by St. Dominic, and chiefly employed in teaching.

See also: Dominican

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As of fall 2017, five congregations have opened up their archives to Williams: the Sisters of Mercy, the Dominican Sisters of Peace, the Sisters of Charity of New York, the Loretto Community and the Sisters of St.
Priests from other fraternities in the Province, secular priest-formators of the University of Santo Tomas Central Seminary, Dominican sisters working in the region, as well as friends and some students of Dominican institutions also attended.
My vocation was nourished by the Dominican Sisters of Sta.
Edgelawn Drive in Aurora, and sponsored by the Dominican Sisters of Springfield, Illinois.
A SISTER'S LOVE: THE STORY OF THE DOMINICAN SISTERS AT ST.
Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist sisters (on piano, bass guitar, saxophone, and trumpet), a Dominican brother (on drums), and a Franciscan priest (vocals).
As Dominican Sisters we use the term 'care of creation' to describe our environmental commitment to attend to the needs of our fragile Mother Earth and planetary home," said Sister Gloria Marie Jones, former Congregational Prioress.
After returning to Adrian, Sister Ann Joachim became chairperson of the history department at Siena Heights College, now Siena Heights University, which was founded by the Adrian Dominican Sisters.
Barbara Municipal Museum, UPV Art Gallery, and the Mother Rosario House by the Dominican Sisters in Molo district.
The Dominican Sisters converted a parochial school into a hospital in Reno.
Originally built in 1981, the property is owned and managed by a non-profit corporation run by the Dominican Sisters of Sparkill.
Rahi's sermon came during a mass celebrating the canonization of Marie-Alphonsine Danil Ghattas, a Palestinian Christian nun who founded the Dominican Sisters of the Most Holy Rosary of Jerusalem (the Rosary Sisters), the first Palestinian congregation.
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