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Concordia Sisters of St. Joseph

Concordia Sisters of St. Joseph

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Dodge City paper leads with Sister Esther’s workshop

Coverage of a nonviolence workshop presented by Sister Esther Pineda leads the current issue of the Southwest Kansas Register, the newspaper of the Dodge City Diocese.

Sister Esther is a member of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Concordia and works at the Justice and Peace Center in Salina.

To read the Sept. 27 coverage of the “God in a world of violence” workshop that was part of the Cathecist Formation classes earlier this month, click HERE. Using that link, you can read the article online or download a printable PDF of the article. (There is a large graphic illustrating the article on page 1; the actual story is on page 3.)

5 thoughts on “Dodge City paper leads with Sister Esther’s workshop

  • Jeanette Wasinger

    I am grateful you took the NONVIOLENCE work on the road, Esther. It is wonderful that nonviolence is a focus for many groups of people. Good for the Dodge City Diocese! I hear from people in Great Bend that the workshop was a smashing success.

  • Christine Doman,CSJ

    It is great to read that the nonviolence workshop on Dodge City finally came to be! What a blessing for the folks who shared the day with you and learned ways of nonviolent behavior. I pray the good info and practice of nonviolence behavior patterns continues to flow throughout the diocese.

  • Jodi Creten, CSJ

    Thanks, Esther, for sharing the God of love and nonviolence that we all proclaim and work each day to practice.

  • Helen Mick

    Esther, you do so well. The people in those classes are truly blessed – and we are too. Many thanks!

  • Loretta A. Jasper

    Thanks, Esther! A testimony of the CSJ Mission.

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