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Sunday, January 25, 2009

"Beloved" - Salt + Light Documentary on the Nashville Dominicans


From Salt + Light Television

"The Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia, commonly known as the Nashville Dominicans, continue to expand into new territory with a message of hope that the springtime of the New Evangelization is indeed in bloom. For almost 150 years, in the heart of the Bible Belt in Tennessee, the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia have embraced God's love in the living of their vows and apostolic vocation in the field of education. Now, with a median age of 36, the 235 Dominican Sisters of this congregation bring generations of young people the message of Christ in over 30 schools, throughout the United States and Australia.

Like the virgin martyr Cecilia, Nashville Dominicans promise their hearts to Christ. The Lord’s voice fills their ears and secures their promise to be Christ’s alone. Nashville Dominicans show the world a love that is different and unique. It is a love that is eternal. Nashville Dominicans are indeed beloved by God, as you will witness in this documentary. You will be taken inside a religious congregation that continues to offer the world and the Church a compelling model of religious life that is beautiful, hopeful, joyful and alive. "

Fr. Thomas Rosica, C.S.B.
C.E.O., Salt and Light Catholic Media Foundation


Purchase: Order your DVD copy from the Salt + Light online store or call Salt + Light at 1.888.302.7181

H/t to Deacon Dan Gallaugher

1 comment:

Marc said...

I love having these sisters here in Nashville.

I interviewed and went on a sound seeing tour of the convent last year with the two sisters that run the vocations office.

You can find these in episodes 20 and 21 of the Catholic Vocations podcast.