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January 18, 2018, Minneapolis, Minnesota – In the most recent issue of the National Catholic Sisters Week (NCSW) newsletter, blogger Christina Capecchi writes of the “year-round engagement” of Sister Lorraine Réaume, OP, Formation Director, and her NCSW Committee. The committee of volunteer Adrian Dominican Sisters and Co-workers not only plans events at the Motherhouse for National Catholic Sisters Week, but also events throughout the year, such as the Congregation’s booth at the Lenawee County Fair in 2017.
Held March 8-14 every year, NCSW gives people throughout the United States the opportunity to become more aware of Catholic Sisters and the role they play in Church and in society. NCSW was first organized in 2014 by the National Catholic Sisters Project, originally co-directed by Adrian Dominican Sister Mary Soher, OP, and Molly Hazelton.
Read the entire article by Christina Capecchi.