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Listening

Mayor Bliss to hold neighborhood listening meetings following State of the City address

by (Elizabeth Roger...)

Submitted 02-02-2016 under NEWS

Following her State of the City address tonight, Mayor Rosalynn Bliss will hold Neighborhood Meetings Monday, February 8-11. Bliss says she wants to hear from residents, emphasize points from her address and answer any questions residents may have...

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Step Quietly into March at Dominican Center

by (DominicanCenter...)

Submitted 03-01-2014 under NONPROFITS

A new series of programs have been developed at Dominican Center to draw you out of the long, difficult West Michigan winter. The season of Lent begins on March 5 with Ash Wednesday. Traditionally, Lent is the Christian season of preparation before...

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Learn to use the gift of empathic listening.

by (DominicanCenter...)

Submitted 01-15-2014 under NONPROFITS

Dominican Center at Marywood is offering two new classes this month that have just been added to our online registration at: www.dominicancenter.com/open-programs.  Read about them below and see if they sound like something you'd like to...

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A Spirituality Workshop for Men

by (DominicanCenter...)

Submitted 09-28-2012 under NONPROFITS

Dominican Center at Marywood is offering this program as part of the Men's Spirituality Initiative that they began  in the fall of 2011 in response to the requests of several men, who expressed a need for opportunities to work on their...

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Don't be a stranger

by (grdominicans)

Submitted 09-29-2010 under NONPROFITS

Mary Navarre --  Dominican Sisters ~ Grand Rapids In the movie "Eat, Pray, Love", Elizabeth Gilbert describes her first attempt at prayer something like this: “Hello God, how are you? I’m Liz. It’s nice to meet you. I’...

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Listen!

by (grdominicans)

Submitted 01-14-2010 under NONPROFITS

We have two ears and one mouth so that we can listen twice as much as we speak. ~Epictetus (or Diogenes according to some sources)  This is the first in a series of eight brief reflections written by Sister Mary Navarre, OP. A long-time...

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