Spectrum September 2022 Index
On the Cover
Sister Siobhan Burroughs (left) makes first profession, promising “obedience to Almighty God,” to Prioress Toni Harris, OP (right), and to her successors as Priscilla Torres, OP (center), holds the microphone. The first profession Mass was held Aug. 7 in Queen of the Rosary Chapel at Sinsinawa Mound. Photo by Tricia Buxton.
Sisters Receive Award from Dominican Center
Several Sisters were on hand June 26 to receive the Spirit of the Founders Award from the Dominican Center, Milwaukee. Read more . . .
Congregation Appointees Named
Sister Judith Schaefer, OP and Sister Diane Skibicki appointed. Read more . . .
Celebrating 175 years
Amazing, Inspiring, Good Companions
In each issue of Sinsinawa Spectrum in 2022,
we will print reflections from Sisters who responded to the question,
What do you love most about being a Dominican Sister of Sinsinawa? Read more . . .
Dominicans of Sinsinawa Celebrate Profession
On Sunday, Aug. 7, the Congregation celebrated the first profession of vows of Siobhan Burroughs, OP. Siobhan’s mother from Trinidad and Tobago, friends, Sisters, and Associates gathered in Queen of the Rosary Chapel at Sinsinawa Mound to witness Siobhan’s profession of vows with the Dominican Sisters of Sinsinawa. Read more . . .
Start a Facebook Fundraiser
Now you can participate in our congregation fundraising efforts through Facebook! If you have a Facebook account and are celebrating a birthday or some other significant event and would like to direct gifts to the Sinsinawa Dominican Congregation, we invite you to set up a Facebook fundraiser. Read more . . .
Sharing Scholarship at Notre Dame
Mary Ewens, OP, and Janet Welsh, OP, were invited to serve on a panel entitled “Women Religious and 1970s Social Justice Movements” at the History of Women Religious Conference at the University of Notre Dame. Read more . . .
Peace & Justice
Trafficking Awareness Campaign
Eight congregations of women religious across the state of Wisconsin, including the Dominican Sisters of Sinsinawa, joined in a collaborative effort to raise awareness of and stop human trafficking in the state. Read more . . .