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Mission of the Dominican Center

Rooted in the charism of Saint Dominic and formed in the Christian spiritual and social traditions, the Dominican Center: Spirituality for Mission assists people of every faith to nurture a thoughtful, prayerful relationship with God and to be a strong voice in the world for God’s justice.

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Always, Always with Us

Take time with this meditation by Juliana Casey, IHM.  Read it slowly and prayerfully. It is a powerful piece with the ability to reshape your thinking and to deepen your compassion. It may gift you with a new awareness and will surely lead you into prayer.
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Reflecting on the Path Not Taken

A Lament and Prayer for Renewal

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Season of Creation

The Season of Creation, an ecumenical season,
begins on September 1st and ends on October 4th
the feast of Saint Francis, the patron saint of ecology.
2018 Theme: “Walking Together”

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Scriptural Reflections

Second Sunday in the Season of Creation

September 13, 2018
The readings for this Second Sunday in the Season of Creation invite us to expand our contemplative consciousness to suffering nature, asking for insight, creativity, and discernment into the creative processes that will contribute to evolving the next stages in the emerging New Creation....
Dominican Voices


September 11, 2018
For all Americans and many others, remembering the horrifying events that happened on September 11, 2001 brings many images to mind. That September, our American consciousness was raised. There was much to learn about ourselves and about our place in the global community. Today, we need to remember 9/11....
“Slichot” Prayer by Mark Neyman for Government Press Office / CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

Yom Kippur

September 10, 2018
Photo: “Slichot” Prayer by Mark Neyman for Government Press Office / CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 Yom Kippur  2018 begins at sundown on Tuesday, September 18.  This is the holiest day of the year for our Jewish brothers and sisters.  It is often called a day of atonement and reconciliation.  Jewish people...
Rosh Hashanah 2012 by Joshua Bousel / CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

Rosh Hashanah

September 9, 2018
Rosh Hashanah is the birthday of the universe. The Rosh Hashanah actually means Head of the Year. This is one of Judaism’s holiest days and it marks the beginning of a 10-day period of a call to repentance and reconciliation which culminates on Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement)....
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Scriptural Reflections

First Sunday in the Season of Creation

September 2, 2018
The Season of Creation, an annual ecumenical liturgical season, celebrates the generous and awe-inspiring creativity of God and invites us to embrace the mission entrusted to the human family: a mission to celebrate this creation with gratitude, and care for it with reverence and love....

Pray and Reflect

Want to pray more deeply? Spend time with our scriptural and liturgical reflections designed to enrich and nurture your prayer. We are preaching the Word…Learn more

Transform the World

Are you looking for a contemporary spirituality alert to, responsive to, and embodying the kind of truth that will help create a more just and life-giving world community? A spirituality that is needed for this time in history?…Learn more

Celebrate People of Faith

Do you want to hear about other faith traditions? We offer reflections on interfaith, ecumenical feasts and festivities. We pray for each other throughout the year…Learn more

Spiritual Direction

Do you want to meet with a spiritual companion or do you feel called to become one? We offer both. See our information under Spiritual Direction…Learn more