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Generosity, Serendipity, and the Life
Of Our Friend Leroy Jordan

Sister Marcelline Koch, standing, assists Sister M. Dominic Joerger while Leroy and Johnetta Jordan share a treasured photo. Thank you! On behalf of all our sisters, and with the gratitude of dozens of coworkers and hundreds of students who will benefit from your generosity to the annual St. Dominic Day appeal, thank you. Surely, it …

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Of Our Friend Leroy Jordan
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Give. Pray. Learn. Share.

Springfield Dominican Antiracism Team member Doug King enjoys a remote connection with team member Daphne Skretvedt during one of the last in-person team meetings in the fall of 2019. The next team meeting Sept. 11-12, 2020, will be completely virtual. Make the Difference! Join the Springfield Dominican Sisters Antiracism Mission. We’re near the end of …

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“Not Alone in the Boat.” Sister Karina’s Story Part III

Sister Karina, left, and her novitiate classmate Sister Linda Mary DeLonais, process into chapel for their first profession of vows, 1997. This is the last in a series of three stories about Sister Susan Karina Dickey, OP, who currently serves as the Vice President for Mission Integration at St. Dominic’s Hospital in Jackson, Mississippi. Follow …

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Truth at the Service of Ministry. Sister Karina’s Story Part II

Photo: Susan Dickey, second from right, enjoys breakfast with the parishioners gathered for morning prayer at the cathedral in Lubbock, Texas. (Courtesy of Sister Susan Karina Dickey.) This is the second of three stories about Sister Susan Karina Dickey, OP, who currently serves as the Vice President for Mission Integration at St. Dominic’s Hospital in …

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“They Must Have Had a Secret Radar.” Sister Karina’s Story

Photo: Susan Dickey at the start of her career at the Indian State Museum. (Courtesy of Sister Susan Karina Dickey.) This is the first of three stories about Sister Susan Karina Dickey, OP, who currently serves as the Vice President for Mission Integration at St. Dominic’s Hospital in Jackson, Mississippi. Follow along to be inspired …

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