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This newsletter announces the Center’s 40th anniversary party scheduled for October 25, 2021. The Center opened on September 1, 1980. Forty years is a significant milestone. Two excellent speakers will help us celebrate: Doctors Patricia Cooney Hathaway and Patricia McDonald, OP. The newsletter also highlights Earth Overshoot Day 2021....
The spring newsletter remembers the holy days of Passover and Ramadan. The article My Spirit is Yearning for Springtime reminds us to renew our willingness to be a new people, a Resurrection people; to experience spring in our hearts; and to be expressions and signs of faith and peace. ...
The winter newsletter features an article: Dominican spirituality: The Challenge to Preach the Truth! The author notes that to preach the truth we must stand: 1. implanted in our own personal experience, 2. listen to others’ experience, and 3. allow ourselves to be in a new way in our...
This fall newsletter celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Dominican Center. There is an interview with the two founders about the Center and its programs. There is a voice of support and three Board members discuss their commitment to continuing the work of the Center. Enjoy and celebrate with us...
The summer newsletter features an article celebrating July 4th as the call to create an honorable and just country. Earth Overshoot Day reminds us that we will have used all resources that Earth can replenish in one year. There is a Pentecost Prayer of Lament for this time of pandemic....
The spring newsletter features a reflective article by Joyce Rupp In Praise of Gazing. The 50th anniversary of Earth day is featured with this year’s theme of Climate Change. Opportunities for summer retreats are highlighted. A reminder of the Dominican Center 40 years’ celebration in the fall concludes this newsletter....
This Winter issue announces that the Dominican Center will be 40 years old next September. In preparation, there will be articles addressing dimensions of the spiritual conversion needed at this moment in history. There is an article about ecological conversion because of climate change. Two Lenten programs are announced...
The autumn newsletter features an article noting the positive role of social media, as a way to connect with others, to share insights and ideas, and to preach the Word. Information about the annual fall colloquium and registration is included as well as a poem by the presenter. ...
This summer issue features the mystery of nature and offers one possible step toward ecological conversion, a critical need today. There is information and links about the impending Earth Overshoot Day. A Lakota prayer and a lovely poem about the beauty of summer is included. The annual colloquium is noted....
The 2019 spring newsletter features an article about connecting our spiritual journey to action. There is also a lovely poetic reflection created for the 2018 Dominican Institute of the Arts. Information about special programs; such as, the annual retreat and annual fall colloquium is included....
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