Street Ministry Leads to NEW Life for Women
It began as a street ministry. Meals, clothing and homemade cookies were handed out to the homeless and unemployed in Flint, Michigan. One snowy January afternoon, however, the makings of a new ministry were revealed. More

Living Lightly on Earth at Santuario Sisterfarm
Deep in the heart of Texas Hill Country is a sanctuary devoted to cultivating cultural diversity and biodiversity, and to living in right relationship with the Earth. More

Eight Women Called to Share Faith and Life with the Congregation
In ceremonies held in July and August, the lives of eight women with diverse backgrounds intersected as they followed God's call to continue discerning vowed life as Adrian Dominicans. More

Iraqi Dominicans Discuss Life in Iraq with Adrian Dominican Sisters
Two Dominican Sisters of St. Catherine of Siena in Iraq visited the Adrian Dominican Sisters campus on June 14-15. Marie Therese Hanna, OP, along with Maria Hanna, OP, discussed the Christian experience in Iraq today. More

Welcome New Associates
During Rituals of Acceptance during the summer, four women were welcomed as Associates into the Adrian Dominican Congregation. More

Working to Build an Economically Just Society
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Portfolio Advisory Board (PAB). In order to celebrate this significant event in the life of the Congregation, current PAB members have chosen a number of ways to recall the development and growth of the board. More

Women In Our History
In our early Congregational tradition, the names of Sisters Alvara Graham and Michael Esper were always associated. They died nine days apart at
St. Joseph Convent in Marblehead, Ohio.