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Reposting as I randomly met up with Sr Gabi (shorter, with darker hair) yesterday and soooo happy to be back in touch with them!:dance:

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OK, i7i, who are they? Is that you and a nun from covington up top?

Then a Nashville or Ann Arbor Dominican?

Then an elaborate at least three bridal clothing of OSB'x --OLQueen of Apostles or somewhere in Europe?

Thein in the midle two views of a receptions --Carmelites?--in an outdooor veranda?

And at the end the "Pink" Adoration Sisters.




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Top, Lafayette. Covington has no grille. That's me and sr.mary john

Nashville. Ann Arbor has a thinner white in the veil and they wear a medal.

Queen of Apostles in US

Carmelite Lafayette. 75th Jubilee. Bishop allowed them to break cloister to greet guests and also to promote vocations.It was somewhere on their property. I'm greeting one of the sisters in this photo.

And yes. Pink sisters. :)

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Top, Lafayette. Covington has no grille. That's me and sr.mary john

Nashville. Ann Arbor has a thinner white in the veil and they wear a medal.

Queen of Apostles in US

Carmelite Lafayette. 75th Jubilee. Bishop allowed them to break cloister to greet guests and also to promote vocations.It was somewhere on their property. I'm greeting one of the sisters in this photo.

And yes. Pink sisters. :)
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...and finally, the pix right after the 'wedding' at Queen of the Apostles. ?two novices and 3 postulants? Lafayette? The young women in white veil and flowers--one of the postulants?

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[b][size="5"]SISTER MARY KATE - DSMME FROM THE NY TIMES[/size][/b]
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[b][size="5"]DSMME NOVICES AND POSTULANTS PLAYING EUROPEAN HANDBALL[/size][/b]


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[b][size="5"]SISTER MARY KATE - DSMME FROM THE NY TIMES[/size][/b]
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[size="5"][b]Sister Mary Kate, 18:[/b] We pray the rosary at the same time every day at the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist — always after lunch. You’re basically repeating the words that Archangel Gabriel said to Our Lady. These are the most important words in history, so to say them over and over again doesn’t make them in the least bit old.Distraction is normal. You have to have a way to fight it. God, our father, is so merciful to us. As soon as I know that I’m distracted, I say, ‘‘Oh, I’m sorry!’’ and come back to him, because I know he understands that we’re his children and we’re weak. That’s what the beads are for, they help. When I was little, praying the rosary every night with my family helped me get into the habit of fighting distraction. You’re a kid, you wanted to be doing other things, but I always wanted to be the one to lead the prayer. And that set good habits for the future. Praying the rosary also teaches you to be silent. You’re really quiet and in front of what’s really true for a few minutes.[/size]

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[b][size="5"]SISTER MARY KATE - DSMME FROM THE NY TIMES[/size][/b]
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she's either in ecstasy or about to fall asleep :|

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Wouldn't want to mess with this sister.
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[quote name='DarleneSteinemann' timestamp='1310163035' post='2264705']
[b][size="5"]SISTER MARY KATE - DSMME FROM THE NY TIMES[/size][/b]
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She reminds me of Our Lady in this beautiful prayer. So serene. :)

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Anyone else find this just...breathtaking? :) The beautiful order of my patron Saint! :love:
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[size="5"]From left, Mother Perpetua Giampietro, Mother Dolores Hart and Mother Abbess David Serna at Abbey of Regina Laudis. [/size]



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