A New Podcast from the Dominican Sisters of Peace

Building Peace: 200 Years of Dominican Catholic Nuns in the United States

This podcast shares the 200-year history of the founding congregations of the Dominican Sisters of Peace, beginning with the Kentucky Dominicans, the first congregation of Dominican Sisters, founded in Springfield, Kentucky in 1822.

The Dominican Sisters of Peace were founded in 2009 as a union of seven congregations of Dominican Women Religious: The Kentucky Dominicans, the Dominican Sisters of St. Mary of the Springs; the Congregation of St. Mary; Missionaries of St. Dominic; the Dominican Sisters of Great Bend, Kansas; the Sisters of St. Dominic of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, and the Congregation of St. Rose of Lima.

The Dominican Sisters of Dominican Sisters of St. Catherine de’ Ricci became part of the Congregation in 2011.

Join us as we tell the story of 200 years of building Peace, and share our new podcast with your friends and family!




EPISODE 2: Signadou – A Sign from God: The Kentucky Dominicans

Sr. Charlene Moser, OP

Sr. Barbara Rapp, OP



Featuring Sr. Charlene Moser, OP, and Sr. Barbara Rapp, OP, with guest voices from Mark Butler, OPA, and Donna Medley, OPA.




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The St. Catharine Motherhouse before and after the 1904 fire.

EPISODE 1: Introduction, and a little “Nun-speak”

Sr. June Fitzgerald, OP
Sr. Ana Gonzalez, OP



Featuring Sr. June Fitzgerald, OP, and Sr. Ana Gonzalez, OP



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