A Peculiar Kind of Mission
The English Dominican Sisters 1845–2010
This book traces the development of five communities of Dominican Sisters, founded during the nineteenth century, whose mother houses were eventually established at Stone, Stroud, Leicester, Harrow and Portobello Road in London. Though these foundations remained loyal to their essential Dominican identity, each had its own particular distinct character and manner of carrying out its own “peculiar kind of mission”.
978 085244 763 5
352 pages illustrated