Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist
Our foundation draws from the dynamism of the new, the vitality of the New Evangelization, and the rich heritage of the old, the cherished tradition of the Order of Preachers. While we espouse the impetus of Pope John Pauls exhortation, Vita Consecrata: the church needs the spiritual and apostolic contribution of a renewed and revitalized consecrated life... we hand down the Dominican charism.
Contrast this growing community with that of Sr. Joan Chittister, O.S.B.
2011 Oblate Initiates - Benedictine Sisters of Erie
Mercyhurst is observing April as Public and Environmental Health Month, uniting national observances of Public Health Week (April 2-6) and Earth Week (April 22-28). Several Mercyhurst groups, headlined by the universitys Green Team and Office of Sustainability in tandem with the Mercyhurst Institute for Public Health, are planning events under the theme of Our Communities, Our Health. Benedictine Sisters, Pat Lupo and Mary Lou Kownacki, are among the presenters.
Sister Pat, pictured at left, and Earth Actions JrPLEWA from Environment Erie will have an Information table on Personal Care Products and Our Water at the April 25th event (Film: Living Downstream, Mercyhurst University, D'Angelo Center, 2:15 p.m. and 7:15 p.m.).
Sister Mary Lou, on the right, will offer Ryokan Poetry Musings on April 26, 7:30 p.m. in the Mercy Heritage Room at Mercyhurst University. She will share her reflections on poems written by Ryokan, an 18th century Japanese Zen Buddist monk. Sister Mary Lou is the author of "Between Two Souls: Conversations with Ryokan."
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Great post. Thanks for the pictures. They definitely tell the truth!
How old is the youngest of those liberal women? 50?