Angela House Meets the Unique Needs of Women After Incarceration
It is estimated that more than 1,000 women are released from jails and prisons each year in the Houston area. Yet, fewer than 100 beds are available in residential facilities to help these women re-establish themselves and get back on their feet. More>>

Exercise Ministry Keeps This Sister Running on Faith
She's an avid runner, a diehard Yankees fan, and has a passion for all things athletic. It's no surprise, then, that Mariane Fahlman, OP, turned her love of sports into a full-time ministry. More >>

Celebrations Take Adrian Dominicans to Far-away Lands
The year was 1945. Adrian Dominican Sisters Mary Philip Ryan, OP, Eileen Burke, OP, and Rudolf Beuttenmuller, OP, found themselves in the Dominican Republic as overseers of the construction of a new boarding school for girls. More>>

Connecting the Voices of Younger Women Religious
When Cindy Broderick, OP, gets together with friends from other religious congregations, she's often teased about her "Dominican-ness." Indeed, the call to preach and to study permeates Sister Cindy's life, and nowhere was this charism more apparent than at Giving Voice, the national conference for women religious under 50.

Awardee Devoted Her Ministry to Helping Women Religious Overcome Substance Abuse
Therese Golden, OP, spent more than 30 years working with women religious in substance abuse programs. In January, Sister Therese will be recognized for her achievements when she receives the Sister Ignatia Gavin Award, named after the pioneering nun who helped to initiate medical treatment for alcoholics in Akron, Ohio. More>>

New Associates Welcomed
During a Ritual of Acceptance on October 8 in St. Catherine Chapel, four women were welcomed as Adrian Dominican Associates: Anne Gritzmaker, Margarita Jimenez, Karen Malmsten and Lori McKay. More>>

Women In Our History
That Maud Funkhauser, the future Sister Cyprian, was a staunchly
courageous and generous young woman becomes clear to us when we
study her life. More>>