On November 23, 2015 Molloy College had a Rededication of Maria Regina Hall and Dedication of the Sculpture Commemorating the college's Founding Sisters of Saint Dominic of Amityville. The statue was generously donated by Eugenia Rudmann.

Over the weekend of November 20-22, 2015 fifteen students from St. Agnes Academic HS, College Point; Albertus Magnus HS in Rockland County; and St. John the Baptist HS., West Islip came to St. John the Baptist HS to begin a weekend of prayer, study, and the forming of community. These students were the latest group who attended one of our youth preaching workshops. They learned how to bring to life their baptismal call to “preach the Good News” by using the gifts and talents that have been given to them by our loving God.

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Four Dominican Sisters will attend the United Nations Climate Change Summit in Paris, France, from November 30 to December 11, including our own Amityville Dominican Sister Margaret Mayce, OP along with Elise Garcia, OP (Adrian), Pat Siemen, OP (Adrian), and Pat Daly, OP (Caldwell). We thank them for representing us at the conference. We hope that world leaders will listen to our calls and the calls of Pope Francis to commit to solutions to the global climate change crisis.

On Monday, November 9th, the students of seventh and eighth graders had a special guest at St. Rose of Lima School. Sister Gina Fleming, OP spoke about the 800-year history of the Dominican Order. She reminded her young audience that each one of us can follow in the footsteps of St. Dominic by preaching through our gifts and talents and by the way we live our lives. The students have been inspired to go and preach the ‘good news’. Pictured are some students with S. Gina and our own Sister Kathleen Gallina, who is also a member of the Sisters of St. Dominic of Amityville.