The following reflections of sisters and associates were shared on Sinsinop each day of the week in honor of the celebration.
1) What priorities do we want to name as we envision realization of our intention to “collaborate intentionally”?
2) Should we, as sisters and associates, suggest a slight addition to the proposed mission statement of the Dominican Sisters’ Conference, “…standing with others as a clear voice for truth, justice and peace.”
"God speaks to the great reality of love many times in the Holy Qur'an. ... However, God's love is not merely one of God's acts or actions, but one of God's very Own Divine Qualities or Names. This can be seen by the many Divine Names in the Holy Qur'an which denote God's loving quallities such as: the Gentle... the Kind... the Generous ...the Forbearing... the Absolutley Reliable... the Friend ...
Paula Winker for the South Palm Beach County, Florida Associates
To this end, Dominican University has incorporated interfaith dialogue in several courses in the curriculum and in many co-curricular activities. For example, last week, Muslim students and teachers presented a panel “Islam in America: Dominican Student and Faculty Perspectives,” just one of several activities planned this semester.