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Dominican Sisters Congregations


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Click on the following links to learn more about the Dominican Sisters Congregations:

Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia

Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist

Dominican Sisters (Hawthorne) of St. Rose of Lima

 

List of Videos Below (scroll down to view videos and check back for new additions)

1. Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia

2. Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist

3. Dominican Sisters (Hawthorne) of St. Rose of Lima

 

1.  Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia

The Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia Congregation began with the establishment in 1860 of a girls’ academy in Nashville, Tennessee, just prior to the Civil War. Today, over 240 Nashville Dominicans teach 12,000 students in over 34 schools from preschool to college, in 14 U.S. states and in Australia. In the spirit of St. Dominic, they continue to live a life that is traditional and yet dynamic.

 

At a time when the Catholic Church in America is struggling to fill the ranks of its clergy, one Dominican order is attracting large numbers of young women into religious service.

 

 

The Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia, commonly known as the Nashville Dominicans, continue to expand into new territory with a message of hope that the springtime of the New Evangelization is indeed in bloom. For almost 150 years, in the heart of the Bible Belt in Tennessee, the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia have embraced God’s love in the living of their vows and apostolic vocation in the field of education. Now, with a median age of 36, the 235 Dominican Sisters of this congregation bring generations of young people the message of Christ in over 30 schools, throughout the United States and Australia.

Like the virgin martyr Cecilia, Nashville Dominicans promise their hearts to Christ. The Lords voice fills their ears and secures their promise to be Christs alone. Nashville Dominicans show the world a love that is different and unique. It is a love that is eternal. Nashville Dominicans are indeed beloved by God, as you will witness in this documentary. You will be taken inside a religious congregation that continues to offer the world and the Church a compelling model of religious life that is beautiful, hopeful, joyful and alive.

 

Jackie Francois visits the Nashville Dominican Sisters for CHOSEN

 

Sister Augusta, OP from the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia (Nashville Dominicans) speaks about the “Feminine Genius”: Every Woman has the Capacity to bear life within her; Women offer themselves for the life of another! Within the interview she explains: To be a Spiritual Mother means to stand with Mary at the the Foot of the Cross! Spiritual Mothers help priests imitate what they celebrate (the Holy Sacrifice). How to “Carry” your spiritual children to the Foot of the Cross!

 

Sister Michaela Martinez, OP from the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia (Nashville Dominicans), explains the Beauty of Being a Spiritual Mother. Within the interview, she answers the following questions: What does it mean to be a Spiritual Mother? Why is it important to be a Spiritual Mother for priests specifically? Who are your Spiritual Children?

 

Excited for the Year of Consecrated Life – Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia

 

 

2.  Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist

A short film about the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist, in Ann Arbor, Mich. It was created for a digital film festival by four 20-somethings with one camera, one day to shoot, one computer and one day to edit in mid-July 2007.

 

The Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist is a Roman Catholic community of women religious based in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Our community was founded in the Dominican tradition to spread the witness of religious life in accord with Pope John Paul II’s vision for a new evangelization.

 

 

Young women in various stages of vocational formation with the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist discuss the mission and lifestyle of their order.

 

Mother M. Assumpta Long, OP, of the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist, speaks to the First Friday Club in Marquette. Mother Assumpta tells the story of how the new order, with its motherhouse located in Ann Arbor, Mich., is growing beyond all expectations.

 

Sister Veronica Marie shares about the joys of being a sister. Sr. Veronica is a member of the Dominican Sisters of Mary Mother of the Eucharist. They are one of the fastest growing religious orders in the world.

 

Mater Eucharistiae- Go behind the scenes for the “making of” the debut recording entitled: Mater Eucharistiae

 

Singing the rosary – The Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist in Ann Arbor, Mich., have released a new music album centered on the rosary.

 

 

The Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist, teach Religion classes for elementary school grades 1 to 5. The Sisters teach children the basic tenets of our Faith, preparing them to receive the Sacraments using the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

 

Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist on Oprah Winfrey Show!

 

3.  Dominican Sisters (Hawthorne) of St. Rose of Lima

Founder Of Westchester Religious Order Up For Possible Sainthood By Vatican – Rose Hawthorne Lathrop Founded Religious Order That Still Helps Terminally Ill – Click here to go to CBS Video News Report on Servant of God  Rose Hawthorne Lathrop

 

Hawthorne foundress closer to sainthood – Mother Mary Francis Lepore talks about the Dominican Sisters of Hawthorne and what they provide to patients with incurable cancer.

 

The Hawthorne Dominican sisters talk about their work of caring for terminally ill patients and the life of their founder Rose Hawthorne Lathrup.

 

Hawthorne Dominicans

 

2014 Corpus Christi Procession at Rosary Hill Home, Motherhouse of the Dominican Sisters of Hawthorne.

 

Hawthorne Dominican’s May Procession in honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary. (May 2014)

 

 

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