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New Exhibit: We're in America Now!
In our current exhibit Fred Amram and his wife Sandra Brick jointly present a visual memoir of multi-media works. Fred Amram is an award winning author and Holocaust survivor. Sandra Brick is a textile artist who translates Fred's stories into visual art. The exhibit is open until July 1 daily from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. On May 31 from 1:00 to 2:30 p.m. they will tell stories reflecting Fred's experiences in Nazi Germany and his problems as a refugee in the United Sates. The program is titled Understanding the Refugee/Immigrant Experience and invites us to better understand the emotional and cultural challenges faced by refugees and immigrants today. To register for the program click here.
Congratulations to the 2015 Jubilarians
On May 3 the Sisters celebrated this year's jubilarians. From left to right Sister Marie Rademacher (70 years as Benedictine Sister), Sister Karen Sames (25), Sister Mary Claire Inhofer (60), Sister Rosemary Rader (65 years), Sister Sarah Voss (55 years) and Sister Lois Hauwiller (60 years).
Thank you for the Successful Prioress Dinner
Thank you to all who attended, sponsored, donated to and helped with the 2015 Prioress Dinner. The presentations were moving and inspired us all. Congratulations to the honorees
Dr. Susan Paul, President of Hill-Murray School, Ms. Beverly Dusso, Cheif Executive Officer of Tubmanand Ms. Ellen Higgins, VP for Business Development of CommonBond Communities. Save April 7, 2016 for next year's event. For picures of the event, click here.
Sister Laverne Hudalla and Sister Marie Fujan have shared their story and insights with Sister Story. Sister Story is a national campaign aimed at broadening awareness of Catholic sisters.
To watch Sister Laverne Hudalla click here.
To watch Sister Marie Fujan click here.
To watch Sister Virginia Matter click here.
To watch Sister Louise Inhofer click here.