Representatives from our Office of Admissions will be at the GHSC Southeast Homeschool Expo on Thursday–Saturday, July 25–27 in Atlanta, Georgia.
For more information about our sisters’ travel schedule this summer, see the Sisters on the Road news story.
Contact the Office of Admissions for details.
Comments from attendees of previous related lectures given by Sister Jane Dominic to the Catholic Medical Association….
“What a fresh and uniquely helpful way of learning Theology of the Body…and to think I struggled with so much more laborious lectures on this topic. To have learned this vital message of our Faith from Sister Jane Dominic was a true privilege.”
Wes Ely, M.D.
“Sister Jane Dominic’s presentation on the Theology of the Body highlights human dignity in a new light. Her talk is engrossing, thoroughly entertaining, and pertinent to all of us no matter what stage of our lives we are in.”
Daniel Koehler, Third Year Vanderbilt Medical Student
“Attending the talk on the theology of the body was an eye opener on how little we (physicians) know about this topic and how important it is for our religious and professional life. Sister Jane Dominic has been a true master leading our brains and souls through images and concepts, which testify the true nature of our body.”
Alessandro Morandi, M.D.
“Sister Jane Dominic is an extraordinarily refreshing deep thinker with the ability to communicate basics truths about who we really are with a hopeful view of life and love and the happiness we were created to share. She weaves her feminine intuition, spiritual wisdom, theology, science, research, anthropology, history, art and touching real life stories to convey a powerful message. Her presentation penetrates the psyche and provokes us all to reexamine how we engage with, convey genuine care and guidance to our patients. Her talk on the theology of the body is like listening to an invigorating live classical symphony performance that moves one from tears and laughter to deep inner reflection. You will hope the concert will never end and after you leave the refrain remains in your head.”
Bill Bellet, Ph.D.