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Are you experiencing a strange nagging feeling that won’t go away? A restlessness? A yearning to be closer to God? These are often the signs of a call
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Take part in our social justice ministry by joining us taking action today on immigration, ecological, economic, human rights, or other critical issues
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Join our live stream Evensong for Peace on Tuesdays. Engage our Sisters reflections, learn more about Dominican spirituality, or submit a prayer request
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Quick Links

Dominican School of Angeles City FoundationDominican School Angeles City, Philippines - Fundraiser
Our Sisters in the Philippines are breaking ground for a much-needed addition to their K-12 school, which serves vulnerable youth in the "Entertainment Capital" of their country. Please visit our WonderWe crowdfunding site to learn more and to help spread the word in support of this resilient community.

Weber Retreat Center, Adrian, MichiganWeber Retreat and Conference Center
Make a retreat, join us for some great programs, or consider using the warm, hospitable and technologically equipped facilities for your own meetings and conferences.

Intercommunity Peace and JusticeIntercommunity Peace & Justice Center
Located in Seattle, Washington, the Intercommunity Peace & Justice Center (IPJC) acts for justice in the church and world in collaboration with Catholic, ecumenical, interfaith and other organizations. Sponsored by 20 religious communities, including the Dominican Sisters of Adrian, the IPJC collaborates with the Congregation’s peace and justice office.





"We must love them both, 
those whose opinions we share 
and those whose opinions we reject,
for both have labored in the search for truth
and both have helped us in finding it." 

— Thomas Aquinas