Dorothy K. Ederer

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Dorothy K. Ederer, O.P. is a Grand Rapids Dominican sister, and one of seven children from Saginaw, Michigan. Some of the positions she has held are Catholic Chaplain for Holy Cross Services, also on the committee of Holy Cross and Homeless No More; Director of Retreats, Director of Campus Ministry at Michigan State University, Campus Minister at the University of Michigan and Western Michigan University. She has also served as Co-Director of the Joshua Foundation. She serves on the board as their spiritual advisor. Director of Campus Ministry School in Boston, and on staff at Chautauqua Institution in New York.

In addition, she created the card game called Good News by St. Mary’s Press and scripted a video Connecting with God by Oblate Media. She began her journey as an author in 1998 when Doubleday published her first book, The Colors of the Spirit. She most recently published her 100th book, Ponder, Pause and Pray.



“The personal stories in this book by different authors were so inspirational. The pictures were beautiful and the type print in the book are very easy on the eyes. Because of the different reflections on the words, you can open this book anywhere and find some gems of wisdom and insight.

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