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Sister Racquel Rones, OP, Celebrates New U.S. Citizenship
The week of January 18, 2021, was a turning point not only for the United States as its new President and Vice President, Joseph Biden and Kamala Harris, were inaugurated. It was also a turning point for Sister Racquel Rones, OP, who became a new U.S. citizen the next day, January 21, at the Detroit District Office of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. Read more
General Council Signs on to Letter to President Biden on Behalf of DACA Recipients
The General Council of the Adrian Dominican Sisters is among 320 national, state, and local organizations to sign on to a letter calling on President Joseph Biden to restore access to the health insurance benefits of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to young immigrants with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) status.Read more
Barry University 'Brides' Walk in Support of Victims of Dating and Domestic Violence
Barry University is taking the annual College Brides Walk ---- which raises awareness for dating and domestic violence ---- virtual, as concerns about the impact of the pandemic on the incidence of domestic violence skyrocket. Read more
Due to COVID-19, in-person programs at Weber Retreat and Conference Center are suspended through April 5, 2021. Weber Center offers the following virtual events, open to the public, during these days of closure.