Rachel Salazar

Wondering How to make Star Bread for the Holidays? Heaven’s Kitchen Checks in with Baking Tips for Christmas & Epiphany.

Are you looking to include more tradition in your Christmas baking? Do you want to add beauty and taste to your Christmas? Look no further than this delightful and tasty Star Bread recipe that the sisters share with you today. The eight-pointed Star Bread is filled with flavor and packed with tradition and symbolism. Today […]

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Helping Above and Beyond. Mother Assumpta sits Down with Shann Patton.

Shann Patton, co-founder of Arbor Woman, spent a few minutes with Mother Assumpta discussing the assistance and services they provide to women in the Ann Arbor area. These services include pregnancy tests, counseling, and ultrasounds; however, the center is incredibly excited to be expanding soon to include many more medical services, including prenatal and obstetric […]

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Mother Assumpta sits down with FBI agent Andy Arena to discuss the virtue of prudence and the criminal justice system.

Mother Assumpta:  I am particularly excited to have you here. The fascination is all that you have done in your lifetime. I want to hear from you. I understand that Sister has assigned you Prudence. I don’t know how this is going to go together with all you’ve done. I would be the most imprudent […]

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Monica Pope. Teaching the Faith, Tackling Different Approaches for Different Situations to Cross the Final Goal!

Monica Pope, mother of ten children, has devoted her life to raising her children and catechizing hundreds of people. Mother Assumpta sat down with her to talk about her different catechesis ministries and get the inside scoop on some of her latest projects. Mother Assumpta:  We are truly blessed today to have a wonderful woman […]

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How to Bake the Perfect Apple Pie in the History of Apple Pies!

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Mind and Heart Guest the Very Rev. Thomas Petri in the GoLEDigital studios talking with Host Sr. John Dominic Rasmussen,

What Does Virtue Really Mean? An Interview with the Very Rev. Thomas Petri (Part One of Two).

Virtue is the means between two extremes, but how do we accomplish that?  How do we implement virtue in our daily lives?  How do we teach virtue to a society that seems averse to the concept of morality? Fr. Thomas Petri says to aim for the opposite extreme so that you’ll hit somewhere in the middle, which […]

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A Deep Dive into Barbara Morgan’s Echoing the Mystery with Sr. Elizabeth Ann (Part Two of Two)

Sister Elizabeth Ann, the chair of Fr. Gabriel Richard’s theology department, has spent the last year utilizing Echoing the Mystery in her religion classes.  She is sharing her experiences with that process as well as her hopes moving forward implementing Echoing the Mystery more broadly in her school. It is our hope that her experiences will inspire […]

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The CultureCast: This Week Mother Assumpta Long sits down with Radio Broadcaster and Host Al Kresta.

Mother Assumpta: We have in our midst a wonderful man that we’ve known since we’ve been in Ann Arbor. Not only is he known in the media world, but he is a man with a brilliant mind and able to articulate his faith beautifully. God has given him some physical challenges which he’s embraced. Thank […]

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Culture Minute. Mother Assumpta Long, OP sits down with Entrepreneur and Philanthropist Tim Busch

From time to time, Foundress Mother Assumpta Long runs into freinds of the community and they find time to have a chat. This week Mother sits down with Catholic Entrepreneur and Philanthropist and fellow Michigander – Tim Busch. Mother Assumpta:  We’re so honored today to have Tim Busch with us. Tim is no stranger to […]

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Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring: Christmas with the Dominican Sisters of Mary

The reason for the season is Jesu Joy of Man’s Desiring. An inside look at our tribute to Christ the King on His Birthday.

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