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  • The Congregation of Sisters of St. Dominic of St. Catherine of Siena is a Catholic religious institute for women founded in 1862 in Racine, Wisconsin in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. The late Sister Rose Thering, who was professor of Catholic-Jewish dialogue at the Seton Hall University, was a member of the Racine Dominican Sisters. The Racine Dominicans are a community of vowed women religious and lay associates who live according to the mission: committed to truth, compelled to justice. Since 1862, their "motherhouse" or home, has been located in Racine, a city on the shores of Lake Michigan in southeastern Wisconsin. The Racine Dominican sisters work in a variety of ministries. Among them are prison ministers, counselors, chaplains, social workers, teachers, pastoral associates, musicians, health care workers, bakers, spiritual directors, writers and neighborhood outreach coordinators. Prayer and study are integral to the life of all Racine Dominican sisters. Racine Dominican sisters serve in eight states: Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, New Mexico, Ohio, Washington and Wisconsin. Wikipedia

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