This monthly podcast will tell the story of the Kentucky Dominicans, the first congregation of Dominican religious women in the United States, as well as the stories of the seven congregations who came together with the Kentucky Dominicans to form the Dominican Sisters of Peace
Featuring Sr. Barbara Kane, OP, and Sr. Susan Leslie, OP, with guest voices from Alice Black, OPA, Mark Butler, OPA, Michelle Ganz, Ben Jolliffe, and Sr. Madeline O’Neill, OP.
Just eight years after the founding of the Dominican Sisters in Kentucky, the Congregation founded a new mission in the frontier of Ohio. The Dominican Sisters of St.
Featuring Sr. Charlene Moser, OP, and Sr. Barbara Rapp, OP, with guest voices from Mark Butler, OPA, and Donna Medley, OPA.
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On a frosty February 28, 1822, Father Samuel Thomas Wilson, a priest in the frontier parish of St. Rose Church, rose to the pulpit to preach what was undoubtedly one of the most fruitful sermons of his life. With his friend fr.
The St. Catharine Motherhouse before and after the 1904 fire.
Featuring Sr. June Fitzgerald, OP, and Sr. Ana Gonzalez, OP
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As the Dominican Sisters of Peace celebrate 200 years of Dominican Women Religious in the United States, we want to share our stories with you. But first – an introduction to who we are, and an explanation of some phrases that you will hear in the episodes to come. Sr.