“Dominican Sisters belong to the worldwide family of friars, sisters, nuns and laity that comprise the Order of Preachers (also sometimes referred to as “the Dominicans”). Founded in 1216 by St. Dominic de Guzman, the Order of Preachers was created in response to a desperate need for informed preaching. 800 years later, we continue to live out Dominic’s vision bound by a common life of prayer, community, study and ministry.
Dominican Sisters in the United States are a diverse, vibrant and colorful mosaic of the Church. Their mission to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ is carried out in countless ways. The Gospel is brought to life through their teaching, care for the poor, advocacy for justice, their art and music, care of creation, spiritual enrichment ministries, housing advocacy, and much more.”
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Sr. Monica Dubois