Ann Arbor sisters can't build fast enough to house new members

Ann Arbor sisters can’t build fast enough to house new members

Ann Arbor, Mich., Aug 27, 2009 / 07:07 am (CNA).- Though the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist in Ann Arbor are celebrating the completion of the construction of their Motherhouse, they are already near capacity, with 17 new sisters entering at the end of this week. The community has grown from four sisters to 99 in less than 13 years and shows no signs of slowing down.
The community of sisters, which has an average age of 26, was founded in 1997 by four Dominican sisters responding to John Paul II’s call for a new evangelization.
Though their primary apostolate is Christian education, they are open to other areas of evangelization as well, a fact evidenced by their new catechetical show on EWTN called “Truth in the Heart,” the multiple summer catechesis camps they host each year and their frequent vocation talks.


:thumbsup::thumbsup: Love these nuns! :thumbsup::thumbsup:

I’ll be keeping these nuns in my prayers! How awesome!
May God richly bless them!:thumbsup:

Thank you for passing this information along. :thumbsup:

Thanks for posting! It’s good to hear some good news now and again!

We have been donating to this group for quite a while, now. With the impending investigation of the religious soon to start (let’s pray for real reform) this group is a breath of fresh air!

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