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A Light Undimmed tells the story of one of the oldest Irish convents in the world. Nuns, monks, and friars were expelled from their homes, their property and assets taken over by the State and given to favorites of the monarch.
Preaching Justice Volume II - Contributions of Dominican Sisters to Social Ethics in the Twentieth Century
Preface by Mary McAleese
Preaching Justice II presents some of the key ways in which Dominican sisters have promoted justice and contributed to social ethics in the twentieth century, continuing on into the twenty-first.
It is a companion volume to Preaching Justice I, published in 2007, which focused on the work for justice and the contribution to social ethics of the Dominican friars over the same time period.
In 1967, three sisters from the then autonomous, semi - enclosed Taylor's Hill convent in Galway set out for Argentina to investigate the possibility of opening a mission there. This book tells the story of what resulted from that journey.
This book tells the story of how a group of Irish Dominican sisters answered an urgent appeal in 1968 to teach in a school in New Orleans. Since that time sisters have set out courageously, often at short notice, to face the emerging challenges of different cultures, institutions, and systems.
Cabra Dominicans and All That Jazz celebrates the gifts of the Cabra Sisters and of the people to whom they minister in Louisiana.