In Our Keeping

inourkeepingDominican Archivists and Historians' Conference

Conference Presented:
"For the Sake of the Preaching"
June 28 - July 1, 2012

 

For all In Our Keeping 2012 video presentations.

We would like to thank everyone who participated in the 2012 "For the Sake of the Preaching" In Our Keeping Conference. Below you can learn about the keynote speakers. Follow the links to read and watch the speeches.

Keynote Addresses:

Ann Willits, OP

“In Search of a Larger Pulpit”- One preacher’s perspective on the value of research, study and collaboration.

Ann Willits, a Dominican Sister of Sinsinawa, is an itinerant preacher and teacher, an author and a poet who is consistently edified by historians and archivists.

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Ann Willits, OP

Sr. Mary Thomas Michalek, OP

Sr. Mary Thomas Michalek, OP

Sr. Mary Thomas Michalek, OP, Dominican nun of the Monastery of the Blessed Sacrament in Farmington, MI and Council Member of the Association of the Monasteries of Nuns of the Order of Preachers in the United States, presents “For The Sake of the Preaching: A Nun’s Perspective: Yesterday and Today.”

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Ellen Skerrett, M.A.

“On the Frontlines in Chicago”– an illustrated lecture examining the Dominican experience in the city’s parishes.

Ellen Skerrett, author of Born in Chicago: A History of Chicago’s Jesuit University, is currently working on volume 3 of The Selected Papers of Jane Addams (1889-1899).

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Ellen Skerrett, MA

To read the Conference Program.

 

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