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St. Luke NEW Life Center Meets Needs of Flint during COVID-19 Pandemic
Women in the Commercial Sewing program of St. Luke NEW Life Center are putting their training as seamstresses, their skills, and eight hours per day to good use: making cloth masks to keep the people of Flint and a variety of social service agencies and churches safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is also continuing its outreach to the most vulnerable in the community by offering food to those in need. Read more
17 Medical Students from Barry University Graduate Early to Fight COVID-19
Barry University graduated 17 senior medical students in the Cardiovascular Perfusion Program one month early to allow the students to join in the efforts to combat COVID-19.
Sisters and Co-workers Sew Masks for Use at Dominican Life Center
In these days of the COVID-19 pandemic, protective equipment for healthcare workers is in high demand and in short supply. But at the Dominican Life Center (the residence of retired Adrian Dominican Sisters) Nursing Co-workers are getting a supply of masks, thanks to the efforts of Sisters and Co-workers. Read more
In the absence of Weber Center's monthly Day of Mindfulness, Sister Esther Kennedy, OP, is offering half-hour installments of mindfulness meditation called a "Mindful Pause." This free series is being live streamed and broadcast for Adrian Dominican Sisters and Associates on Mondays and Thursdays; the recordings are posted on Tuesday and Friday mornings on the Weber Center website for those who would like to participate in these meditations on their own schedule.