Help build a new convent for the Dominican Sisters of Mary Immaculate
The Advancement Foundation has started a capital campaign to raise $3.5 million to build a new 11,000 square foot convent convent for the Dominican Sisters of Mary Immaculate on the grounds of Nolan Catholic High School in east Fort Worth.
Ground has been broken and construction has begun on the new home for the sisters, scheduled to open for the 2022-23 school year.
The new convent being built is a monastic style and opens to a courtyard. It will improve the lives of the sisters who help educate the Catholic youth of the diocese and include space for expansion.
The order has 39 sisters teaching at 18 different universities, high schools, and elementary schools in several dioceses.
In the Fort Worth diocese, the sisters teach at St. George, St. Joseph, St. John the Apostle, St. Rita, Holy Family, St. Peter the Apostle, and Nolan Catholic, and serve as director of religious education at St. Jude Church in Mansfield.
We pray for fidelity in carrying out our traditional charism, and we know we can’t do it if we don’t have the practical means,” Sister Ann Nguyen, OP, one of the 10 Dominican sisters in the Fort Worth diocese said. “In this manner, through the capital campaign to build a new convent, we can extend our apostolate with practical means to better serve the people of God, particularly in the Fort Worth Diocese.Dominican Sisters of Mary Immaculate
Contributions to the campaign may be made payable to Advancement Foundation, 201 Main St., Ste. 1198, Fort Worth TX 76102, or make a secure online donation using the form below.
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