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.

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Thank God Ahead of Time

On November 25, 2020, we celebrated the 150th birthday of Blessed Solanus Casey, who lived out most of his ministry as a Capuchin friar in Detroit, Michigan.

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“Be Not Afraid!”

When walking on the stormy waves towards the disciples, Jesus said, "Do not be afraid."

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Announcing the Lumen Ecclesiae Learning Portal

After many requests for the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist to teach all over the country, this fall, the Sisters are launching the Lumen Ecclesiae Learning Portal with two courses that will extend their teaching to a wider classroom. Now, the Sisters can teach Catholic content inside

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St. Catherine of Siena: Model of Fortitude in Times of Pandemic

St. Catherine of Siena was born March 25th, 1347, when the world stood at the brink of the very pandemic for which the word “quarantine” was invented. In Italian, “quaranta giorni” – forty days – was the allotted time that ships were required to remain offshore before landing. The Bubonic

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Jesus, I Trust in You!

The Sisters set aside one Sunday each month – Retreat Sunday – on which they observe silence and spend time in adoration of Our Lord, being renewed in the presence of their Divine Spouse, who continually forms each Sister’s heart and inspires her to go forth and bear Him into

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