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The “Beloved” Trailer is now on-line!

December 11, 2008
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Some of you may know of my excitement about the Nashville Dominicans (a.k.a. the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia), a religious congregation of Sisters based in Nashville, Tennessee. A few of us were able to travel to Nashville and meet them – you can read some of our blogs AND view the trailer by going to: http://www.saltandlighttv.org/prog_special_beloved.htm.
They are some of the most vibrant and dynamic Sisters I know! And they really see themselves as brides of Christ in everything they are and everything they do. What’s coming out of all these visits and excitement is the Salt + Light documentary “Beloved: The Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia”, which will premiere on Salt + Light Television on January 11th 2009, at 9 pm ET.
Watch it and be inspired! Religious life has a lot to teach us about true love, specifically spousal love.
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