Lay Dominicans make perpetual promises

Sister Klaudia Klapacz, parish religious director, leads the promise for Kathleen De Groot, Eileen Olwell and Christine Johnson.
Sister Klaudia Klapacz, parish religious director, leads the promise for Kathleen De Groot, Eileen Olwell and Christine Johnson.

Three members of the Immaculate Conception Group of Lay Dominicans in Mountain Home publicly professed their final promise Dec. 8 at St. Peter Church in Memphis. Christine Johnson, Kathleen De Groot and Eileen Olwell, all of St. Peter the Fisherman Parish, are now perpetually incorporated into the Order of Preachers and will live according to the Rule of the Laity of St. Dominic for life.

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