Dominican Youth Movement USA

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Dominican Youth Movement USA

07, March, 2016Posted by :Thomas Dintrone

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The Dominican Youth Movement USA is a national organization of Dominican youth programs that connect young adults to the Dominican tradition of preaching. DYM USA offers a time, pl [...]

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Bethany House

07, March, 2016Posted by :Thomas Dintrone

S. Aimee Koonman OP founded Bethany House as a residence for women and children caught in the crisis of homelessness. Bethany supports the belief that each person deserves and need [...]

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Art as Ministry

07, March, 2016Posted by :Thomas Dintrone

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Dominican artists seek to proclaim God’s presence through their creativity and are part of a long tradition going back to Fra Angelico. Today the Dominican Institute for the Arts [...]

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Dominican Village

07, March, 2016Posted by :Thomas Dintrone

Dominican Village is a not-for-profit, non-sectarian, rental retirement community and assisted living residence whose mission is to provide a supportive environment where the sacre [...]

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North Fork Spanish Apostolate

07, March, 2016Posted by :Thomas Dintrone

Established in 1996 by S. Margaret Rose Smyth, OP, the North Fork Spanish Apostolate is a catalyst for social change on Long Island’s East End. Collaborating with government agen [...]

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NGO Rep at United Nations

07, March, 2016Posted by :Thomas Dintrone

S. Margaret Mayce, OP, represents The Dominican Sisters Conference as the NGO representative at the United Nations addressing issues including poverty, hunger, immigration and the [...]

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St. Agnes Academic High School

07, March, 2016Posted by :Thomas Dintrone

St. Agnes Academic High School is a culturally diverse Catholic high school for young women that develops a strong foundation for lifelong learning. Their mission is to graduate wo [...]

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Opening Word

07, March, 2016Posted by :Thomas Dintrone

Founded in 1991 by S. Mary Ryan, OP, the OPening Word began with five women in Wyandanch. Today, the Opening Word addresses the interconnection between literacy, economic self­-su [...]

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Homecoming Farm

07, March, 2016Posted by :Thomas Dintrone

Homecoming Farm, located on the grounds of the Motherhouse in Amityville, understands that the human and natural world is one. Welcoming people of all faiths, Homecoming proclaims [...]

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