Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Video of Dominican Sisters on Oprah

Video of the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist, who were on Oprah yesterday.
Part I:

Part II:

Part III:

Part IV:

11 comments:

Matthew Wade said...

It was an extremely edifying experience to watch these women. I can only hope and believe that Oprah's response was genuine.

Thank you for compiling these videos into one page. God bless.

Matthew Wade

Dawn said...

Yeaaaaaaa! Thanks for posting the show. I was loosing hope that I was going to get to see these wonderful women. Thank you, thank you!

S.tay A.t H.ome M.om at Work said...

wow. wow. wow. I wouldn't have believed it if I hadn't seen it for myself. Incredible. Thanks for posting. I have three daughters, and they will be watching. Thanks!

bullschuck said...

Didn't care for Oprah's comment at the end of the 1st segment. "Coming up, Lisa asks the sisters what we *all* want to know about. 'Are you fully ready to never have sex again?'"

It was a very sensationalistic tone. Reminded me of something I might see on TMZ. If I ever watched TMZ.

Cheryl said...

Wow, thanks for posting, You couldnt help but be in Awe of the sisters, with literally millions of viewers i hope it bring the Catholic Faith some serious Inquiry.

Angela M. said...

Thanks for posting this - I missed it on TV.

Audrey said...

That was so uplifting to see! As someone who has been on retreat in real life with the sisters, I can definitely say that they are extremely joyfilled women, who are deeply in love with Christ. It was great to see Lisa and Oprah handle this so well.

sandy said...

It was wonderful to know how many sisters we have in the u.s.a and at such a young age.I can only imagine how many in the entire world.

Laura said...

beautiful. way to take JPII witness of correctly using the media to preach and applying it here. thank you!

Lillian said...

Thanks, Marcel, for providing these videos! I'm sharing with all my friends! Blessings, Lillian

Tami said...

Thank you so much for posting this interview. Yeah for the sisters who did such a wonderful job of sharing the faith, and their call to religious life. The Holy Spirit was at work, making this come off as not a torture, but an uplifting gift. I love that they were not flustered by such personal questions, but gave intelligent answers.