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April 12, 2024, Adrian, MichiganINAI: A Retrospective, showcasing the artwork of Adrian Dominican Sisters and Associates, is open to the public from Friday, April 26, 2024, through Sunday, July 28, 2024. The artists will gather for a reception with the public from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Sunday, April 28, 2024.

INAI: A Retrospective features a variety of media used by Adrian Dominican Sisters and Associates, including painting, sculpture, quilting, weaving, and photography.  “The creative contributions of Dominican Sister and Associate artists have a long history and have enriched the local community, Siena Heights University, Weber Center, residents, and all who visit the Adrian Dominican Sisters’ campus,” said Sister Suzanne Schreiber, OP, Coordinator of INAI.

INAI (pronounced in-EYE and meaning “within” in Japanese) is a ministry of Weber Center on the Motherhouse Campus of the Adrian Dominican Sisters, 1257 E. Siena Heights Drive, Adrian, Michigan. Enter the campus in the eastern driveway by the solar parking lot and follow the signs for Weber Center/INAI. INAI Gallery is next to Weber Center. Watch for the bright green door.

INAI is open daily from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. or by appointment. Contact Sister Suzanne Schreiber, OP, at 517-266-4090 or inaispace@adriandominicans.org.

As part of a campus transformation, the INAI building will be used for another purpose after this exhibit, but plans are in the process of developing a new space that can continue to offer a place of reflection, art, and beauty.
 


April 11, 2024, Adrian, Michigan – Adrian Dominican Sister Jeanne Wiest, OP, Director of Worship for the Diocese of St. Cloud, Minnesota, was not always involved in liturgical ministry. 

In an article in The Central Minnesota Catholic, magazine of the Diocese of St. Cloud, Sister Jeanne tells of her personal history, from her study of exercise science at Eastern Michigan University to her call to become an Adrian Dominican Sister to her ultimate call to liturgical ministry. 

“When people participate in the liturgy, they get to experience a relationship with God,” she told Amber Walling, staff writer of The Central Minnesota Catholic. “They come to experience God’s great love for them.”

Read the entire article.
 


 

 

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