A Mother for All People
Jesus’ miraculous Conception, which we celebrate at the feast of the Annunciation on March 25, is oftentimes confused with the Immaculate Conception of Mary.
Thanksgiving: A Foreshadow of Heaven
To partake in true thanksgiving is to have a glimpse into our eternal life in Heaven. There, surrounded by our family of saints, we will spend eternity giving praise and thanks to God for His infinite goodness to us. This Thanksgiving holiday, we invite you to join us in prayers
Honoring the saint who inspired our foundation
On October 22, we celebrate the feast of a great saint, Pope St. John Paul II, most beloved to the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist. In Rome, on the Solemnity of the Annunciation in 1996, Pope John Paul II addressed the consecrated religious of the world with
God Plants the Seeds – 12 New Postulants!
Our garden is growing! On August 22, the Feast of the Queenship of Mary, we received 12 new Postulants into our community. Every year on entrance day, we are reminded that each Sister’s radical response to the unfathomable love of God is unique and personal. We thank God as we welcome
God’s Immense Love Inspires a Total Gift of Self
July 25-27 were days filled with joy and festivities at the Motherhouse in Ann Arbor as seven Sisters made Perpetual Vows, two Sisters made Temporary Vows, and our Postulants became Novices! We praise God for the gift of generosity that these, our dear Sisters, have given to God in the gift
Pray for our Sisters Making Vows!
As Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist, we long to bear our Spouse, Jesus Christ, in the world through our witness of love and preaching of truth. We fulfill this desire by the gift of our whole selves through making the Profession of our Vows. On Wednesday, July 24,