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  • Hanna, Maria, O.P.; Dominican Sisters, Saint Catherine of Siena, Iraq (2014-09-28)
    Providing aid to displaced families is becoming harder as the weather turns cold and schools - where many refugees had been staying - are reopening for classes. Temporary housing for the Sisters is complete in Erbil and ...
  • Hanna, Maria, O.P. (2015-07-22)
    On the 1-year anniversary of the Sisters' exodus to Erbil, Sister Maria recounts that night and gives thanks to God. In the past year, the Sisters, displaced persons themselves, have started two kindergartens and a clinic ...
  • Hanna, Maria, O.P.; Dominican Sisters, Saint Catherine of Siena, Iraq (2014-06-23)
    As ISIS's takeover of Mosul begins, Sr. Maria writes of the city's residents' confusion in the absence of clear control and basic public services. She has heard of attacks on Christian churches and the destruction of the ...
  • Hanna, Maria, O.P.; Dominican Sisters, Saint Catherine of Siena, Iraq (2014-06-26)
    As the Peshmerga (Kurdish forces) are fighting ISIS near Karakosh, Sr. Maria reports that all but about 100 people have fled the city. The sisters have left for several convents in surrounding cities and are aiding refugees. ...
  • Hanna, Maria, O.P.; Dominican Sisters, Saint Catherine of Siena, Iraq (2014-06-29)
    During a brief cease fire, Sr. Maria and the other Sisters returned to their Karakosh convent. Iraqi Christians have taken some comfort in the Patriarch of Syriac Church's visit. The government has begun fighting ISIS ...
  • Hanna, Maria, O.P.; Dominican Sisters, Saint Catherine of Siena, Iraq (2014-07-02)
    ISIS, despite pleas from the Mullah of Ahmed Ismail mosque, occupied the Archdiocese of Chaldean Catholics in Mosul and destroyed its consecrated items and its artwork. Sr. Maria has heard nothing of the missing Sisters ...
  • Hanna, Maria, O.P.; Dominican Sisters, Saint Catherine of Siena, Iraq (2014-07-19)
    Sister Maria writes that the missing Sisters and children who had been taken by ISIS were released with a warning that Christians must convert to Islam, pay tribute to ISIS or leave Mosul with only the clothes they're ...
  • Hanna, Maria, O.P.; Dominican Sisters, Saint Catherine of Siena, Iraq (2014-08-04)
    As ISIS holds control of Mosul, more families are leaving the city and relying on aid from villages and churches in Karakosh and surrounding villages. ISIS is destroying churches and mosques, and enforcing strict Islamic ...
  • Hanna, Maria, O.P.; Dominican Sisters, Saint Catherine of Siena, Iraq (2014-08-08)
    The Peshmerga pulls out of Karakosh, forcing residents, including the Sisters, to flee. Sister Marie describes the treacherous journey from Karakosh to Erbil, where they seek refuge and help provide aid. Other Sisters ...
  • Hanna, Maria, O.P.; Dominican Sisters, Saint Catherine of Siena, Iraq (2014-08-17)
    Over 75,000 refugees have arrived in Erbil. The Sisters are providing aid but there is simply not enough food, water, clothing, medicine, money or housing for everyone. Many convents in the surrounding area have been ...
  • Hanna, Maria, O.P.; Dominican Sisters, Saint Catherine of Siena, Iraq (2014-08-23)
    Sister Maria begins this letter with a plea for help for all displaced families. She says some refugees would rather die than live so undignified. The letter contains more reports on the lack of aid, ISIS takeovers of ...
  • Brown, Karen; Marek, Kate (2011-08-19)
    A Consideration of Weick’s “Drop Your Tools” Metaphor.
  • Van Lankvelt, Katelyn (2012-06-01)
    By World War II, local public libraries were a ubiquitous part of communities across the United States, providing free materials for continuing and self-education as well as serving as an important reference tool within ...
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  • Nutter, David (2013-11-25)
    Thesis in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts - Musicology, December 1970.
  • Allegra, Karen
    A Thesis Submitted to the Faculty of the English Department of Rosary College in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Arts
  • Carroll, Mark; Kohler, Anne; Mulcahey OP, Sister Patricia; Ortiz, Antonio (2015-09-29)
    What constitutes a life’s work? Four members of the Dominican University Board of Trustees reflect on the evolution of their professional lives, their commitments to family and community, and their hopes for the Dominican ...
  • Daley, Matthew (Benedictine University, 2012-03-05)
    Paper from Benedictine University sympoisum: “Light of the Nations: Reflecting on Vatican II”
  • Layug, Servillano; Maans, Elena; Sadofsky, Mary; Sietmann, Caroline (2013-10-12)
    What does it mean to live an Examined Life through sustainable transportation? Discover ways you and Dominican University can create opportunities to practice caritas et veritas through sustainable transportation.
  • Kowalczyk, Stacy; Brown, Karen (2015-09-29)
    Caritas and Veritas, charity and truth, are given substance and direction in the Dominican University mission of pursuing truth, giving compassionate service, and participating in the creation of a more just and humane ...

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