Preaching the Word


The OP after our names stands for “Order of Preachers,” the formal name of the religious order founded in 1216 by St. Dominic. As Dominicans, we preach with our lives—in both word and deed—guided by a search for truth (“veritas”) and a commitment to contemplate and share the fruits of our contemplation (“contemplate et aliis tradere”). 

Our Dominican lives are shaped by the interconnecting movements of study, prayer, communal life, and ministry. 

Dominic so firmly believed in the importance of study to the preaching mission that he provided a rule of “dispensation” from other responsibilities in the event they interfered with study. We are women committed to study. Through prayer and contemplation we interiorize our learnings and enter into communion with the Source of all truth. Our communal life orients us to the common good of the whole Earth community. And in ministry, our preaching takes effect.

As women of the Gospel, our preaching is also expressed in word. Read the daily reflections on the Word of God posted by Adrian Dominican Sisters and Associates on Facebook, as well as the recent preaching of our women posted below.

 

 

 

Sister Joan Delaplane, OP 

November 8, 2016 (pdf)

 

 

 

 

Sister Carol Coston, OP 

September 16, 2016 (pdf)

St. Hildegard of Bingen

 

Sister Patricia Siemen, OP 

August 8, 2016 (pdf)

July 2, 2016 (pdf)

 

 

Sister Attracta Kelly, OP 

June 25, 2016 (pdf)

 

Sister Patricia Walter, OP 

February 26, 2016 (pdf)

 

 

Sister Anneliese Sinnott, OP 

February 25, 2016 (pdf)

 

Sister Carolyn Roeber, OP 

February 24, 2016 (pdf)

 

 

Sister Nancy Jurecki, OP 

February 23, 2016 (pdf)

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