VOTE for the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist

Not sure if many of you know, but the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist have made it to the Finals on the American Bible Challenge. They defeated the competition like it was a habit. The Season Finale for the American Bible Challenge will air on Thursday, May 23 at 9/8c. I hope you can tune in and cheer the Dominicans to Victory.

Recently, the Game Show Network began promoting the Fan Favorite of the American Bible Challenge. The Sisters have already won $40,000. On top of the $100,000 that the Dominicans could win for their Retirement Fund in the Finals, they could also receive an additional $10,000 if they win the Fan Favorite Contest. They have the potential to raise $150,000!!!

Dominicans on American Bible Challenge

Please go to gsntv.com, scroll down to the bottom of the page, and vote for the Dominican Sisters. All votes must be in by Sunday, May 19 at Midnight PST.

You can vote everyday once a day for the Sisters. I would encourage you to pass on this blog post and information to your family and friends so they can vote for the Dominican Sisters as well. Let us show the world that as Catholics we stand together and support faithful religious sisters. Check out the video below – “Team Sisters of Mary.”

Follow this link – Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist, if you want more information on this faithful and evangelistic order of Dominican religious sisters based in Ann Arbor, Michigan. In response to Blessed John Paul II and his call for the New Evangelization, this order was born with 4 sisters and has grown to now 120 sisters. Please LIKE them on Facebook to help grow their presence on the social media site.

I would encourage you to also read the following blog posts to learn more about them and other Dominicans:

Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist

The Rise of the Faithful Catholics

“Mondays with Mary” – ‘To the Most Blessed Virgin Mary’ by Saint Thomas Aquinas

Saint Thomas de Aquino – Theologian and Doctor of the Church

Hey, Hey, Hey, It’s Saint Albert!

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