The Marianist blog Into The Deep proudly points out one of their graduates has made her First Profession with the Nashville Dominicans:
"July 25, 2013 (Nashville, TN) –Twelve young women professed the simple
vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience as Dominican Sisters of Saint
Cecilia Congregation in Nashville, Tennessee on July 25, 2013. Among
those who made their First Profession was Sister Ann Thomas (Caroline) Bamburek, O.P., a former parishioner of Saint Hyacinth Catholic Church in the Diocese of Rockville Centre, New York.
Sister Ann Thomas is the daughter of the late Edward Bamburek and Mrs.
Marlgorzata Bamburek, also a parishioner of Saint Hyacinth Catholic
Church. Sister Ann Thomas is a graduate of Kellenberg Memorial High School,
Uniondale, New York and attended Franciscan University of Steubenville
in Ohio before entering. She is currently studying at Aquinas College,
Nashville, Tennessee in preparation for the teaching apostolate."