Dominican nuns

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

See also: Dominican

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Sacred Heart School, also grades one-eight, a parochial school operated by the Dominican Sisters in charge, did not list the name of the principal.
If I'm not mistaken, they are all Catholic-affiliated groups: Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary, U.S.-Ontario Province; Adrian Dominican Sisters; Catholic Health Initiatives; Congregation of the Sisters of St.
It is now called the Congregation of the Dominican Sisters of St.
Mother Francisca Del Espiritu Santo De Fuentes, founder of the Dominican Sisters of St.
I was only 20 years old when I joined the Dominican Sisters of Caldwell, New Jersey, and some would say I was "green" or "wet behind the ears" or even "naive" in making the decision that I did.
The event was attended by Father Joseph Nadeem, Father Iftikhar Moon, Father Haroon, Father Rahmat Raja, Father Morris Nicholson George, Dominican Sisters, teachers, students and their parents.
Then we formed a big circle," Dominican Sister Gloria Marie Jones of the Dominican Sisters of Mission San Jose recalls of the first Nuns & Nones meeting she was invited to.
"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. She also served as the congregation's attorney and wrote numerous articles, legal and otherwise, for various publications.
The Dominican Sisters converted a parochial school into a hospital in Reno.
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