Dominican Sr. Mary Vuong made her perpetual vows on May 26

Sr. Mary Vuong, right, signed her vows as a Dominican Sister of Peace, while Sr. Margaret Ormond, Prioress, witnessed. (Photo Special to The Record)

Dominican Sister of Peace Mary Vuong made her perpetual vows on May 26 at the community’s Great Bend Motherhouse in Great Bend, Kansas.

Sister Vuong, a native of Houston, Texas, began discerning religious life after she encountered Dominican Sister Mary Otho Ballard, who serves in the Archdiocese of Louisville. Sister Vuong entered religious life as a Dominican Sister of St. Catharine, Ky., (now the Dominican Sisters of Peace).

During her discernment, Sister Vuong served in Louisville at Iroquois Middle School from 2002 to 2006 and earned a masters degree in occupational therapy at Spalding University in 2010.

Currently, she serves as an occupational therapist at the Central Kansas Medical Center/St. Rose Ambulatory and Surgery Center, located across the street from the motherhouse in Great Bend. In a statement from the sisters, Sister Vuong said, “When I am working with my patients or manipulating their bodies, I always ground myself in the Holy Spirit … and even when I go home, I pray for my patients always.”

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