St. Catherine of Siena

Brought to Life by Sister Nancy Murray

About Nancy Murray, OP

Nancy Murray, OP, is making her mark on audiences across the country and throughout the world, bringing to life the Dominican saint Catherine of Siena, Doctor of the Church. With simple props and a fertile imagination, Sister Nancy portrays Catherine as the colorful, strong, passionate and enthusiastic personality that she was. Thanks to Sister Nancy's gift of transforming herself into this 14th century saint and patroness of the Dominican Order, numerous churches, schools and organizations have become acquainted with Catherine's fierce devotion to and love for God.

Who is Catherine of Siena?

Originally named Caterina Benincasa, she was the 24th child born into her family in Siena, Italy, in 1347. She later became a lay member of the Dominican Order. Catherine cared for terminally ill patients, ministered to those on death row, and provided spiritual direction to men and women in search of God. Though she lacked formal education, she is known for her many letters sent to men and women of all walks of life. The letters, filled with wisdom and spiritual guidance, were the fruit of her own relationship with God. Catherine is best remembered for "The Dialogue," which contains the intimate conversations or prayers that she and God shared with each other. Catherine died in 1380 at age 33.

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Interested in watching Sister Nancy Murray's presentation of Catherine of Siena, Order a Dvd Today:

 

 

 A DVD of Sister Nancy Murray's presentation of Catherine of Siena is now available. Filmed at Barry University in Miami Florida, the DVD has a running time of 1 hour and 40 minutes. The cost is $35.

To order, please make your check payable to the Adrian Dominican Sisters and mail to:

Adrian Dominican Sisters
c/o Sister Nancy Murray, OP
1257 East Siena Heights Drive
Adrian, Michigan 49221