From a casual beginning in the middle of a Michigan cornfield, Adrian Dominican Sisters have gone on to influence countless lives as educators, health care professionals, social workers, and pastoral ministers. They have become a voice for those who have been silenced, advocates for those suffering injustice and companions for the poor and most vulnerable among us. In their roles as administrators, retreat leaders, artists and musicians, they discover new ways to preach the Word of God. The Sisters continue to make a difference in our world.
From now until March 31st we are raising funds for an expanding K-12 school in Angeles City, Philippines. Help us spread the word! Click the button below to go to our WonderWe crowdfunding site, watch the video and share the site with your friends, colleagues and parishioners.
The Dominican School of Angeles City has grown so quickly they need a new building before the beginning of the next school year in June. The expansion will accommodate the many students wishing to participate in an affordable, quality, Catholic education. Angeles City is know as the "Entertainment Capital" of the Philippines and youth are at risk for human trafficking. Our Sisters have also been working to create a sustainable organic farm with a clean water source on the school grounds to make this a truly resilient community. Thanks for watching the video and sharing!
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Our Memorial and Tribute Gift Program offers you the opportunity to remember a loved one who has passed or honor an individual who has made a difference in your life. Individuals honored or memorialized are remembered daily in the prayers of our Sisters. Cards are available for you to use to notify loved ones of your gift. To view a selection of cards that are available, please visit Memorials and Tributes.
At the Time of Death
During a bereavement period, friends often seek an appropriate way to express their sympathy. The following statement in the obituary or death notice provides an avenue to make a meaningful gift to remember their loved one: Memorial gifts may be made to the Adrian Dominican Sisters, 1257 East Siena Heights Drive, Adrian, MI 49221-1793.
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Area of Greatest Need
These gifts offer the greatest flexibility and allow us to address the most pressing needs of the Congregation. A donation to the General Fund is an expression of your trust in the Congregation and your confidence that we will maximize your investment as we live our commitment to seek truth, make peace and reverence life.
Gifts to support our retired Sisters often reflect the gratitude our benefactors feel for the Adrian Dominicans they have known over the years. These contributions ensure that when our senior Sisters come to the Dominican Life Center, they will have the resources to maintain their independence as long as possible, receive the care they need as their health declines and experience their “home” as a safe and comfortable environment.
Adrian Dominican Sisters engage in diverse ministries “to further the values of the Gospel.” The Congregation’s Ministry Trust Fund awards grants to grassroots organizations, church groups, social service agencies and other outreach ministries in which Adrian Dominican Sisters are involved. In the most recent funding cycle, 21 grants (pdf), totaling more than $493,000, enriched lives, gave hope and empowered hundreds of individuals across the United States, in South America and in Haiti.
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