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The Dominican Sisters and students from St. Pius X and St. Agnes will celebrate the International Day of Peace with a prayer service on Wednesday, September 21st (tomorrow!) at 11:30am. Come join us for prayer and ringing of bells for peace at the Villa Chapel.If you're looking for a more social option, go to A 2nd Cup and have a cup of coffee at Wednesday, September 21st (tomorrow!) at 10am with the Dominican Family! If you want to know more about their mission to end human trafficking go to www.a2ndcup.com! Can't make it tomorrow? Mark your calendar for coffee with the Dominican Family on Thursday, October, 20th at 10am.
Spend some time this fall getting to know more about our Dominican Sisters! Lunch is open to visitors on Wednesdays from 11:30am-12:30pm. Take a look at the available dates and sign up for one or more. The Sisters would love to see you! http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0a44a4a928ab9-summer
Mark your calendar for our next Dominican Family Gathering on Monday, October 3rd at 6:30pm.
Make note of the construction on Almeda, right in front of the Dominican Sisters. It is a massive construction project, and will take a long time to complete. It is best to go north on Almeda from Holcombe to get to the main entrance. If you go south you'll be stuck in a lot of traffic, and you have to u-turn at Holcombe!
Dominican Family Socials-Come join the fun!
First Social Gathering:Where: Maria Burdick's home, 318 Isolde Dr. Houston, TX 77024When: Sunday, October 9th from 2-4 pmRSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 281-660-7369Bring a sweet or savory snack to share. Soft drinks will be provided; feel free to bring wine to share.
Second Social Gathering:Where: Francine Fleming’s home, 9129 Briar Forest, Houston, TX 77024When: Saturday, October 22nd from 2-4 pmRSVP: email@example.com or 713-266-7309Bring a sweet or savory snack to share. Soft drinks will be provided; feel free to bring wine to share. Please let Francine know if you are coming as she must notify the guard at the gate of her community of guests who are expected to come.
A big thank you to Denise Stasio for designing our new website! Go to www.dfhouston.org and take a look around. On the home page John Hensley posted a video on YouTube of the Dominican Family highlights for the last year. And if you click on the link of the Dominican Sisters you'll find a short video of the sisters singing a hymn.A big thank you to Marc Martinez for updating our Facebook page. Like Dominican Family on Facebook and receive updates about us!