We, the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist, are pleased to announce the launch of a new global digital platform, Lumen Ecclesiae Digital (LED), and the opening of state-of-the-art studios near our Motherhouse in Ann Arbor, Michigan. 


LED is a new digital community/platform created as a response to many requests for a share in the beautiful and joyous life of our community. Our Sisters cannot be everywhere physically, but through Lumen Ecclesiae Digital and her literary print counterpart, Lumen Ecclesiae Press, we hope to present audio and visual opportunities to engage with uplifting and fruitful content, presented on one main website portal: GoLEDigital.org.     


The platform officially launched July 1, 2019 to coincide with the opening of our multi-media studio facility.


From Ann Arbor, Michigan, we have accepted the invitation of hearts and souls from all corners of the world who have sought a deeper connection to our community.  From https://goledigital.org/, our new digital platform provides many opportunities to connect with Beauty, Truth, and Goodness through the areas of Education, Vocations and Culture.    


Walking in the footsteps of St. Dominic (spiritually, physically and now electronically), Lumen Ecclesiae Digital allows for a much deeper participation in St. Dominic’s original vision of ‘Lumen Ecclesiae’ which means “Light of the Church.” Providentially, our studio was built as a means to launch our new mission within our larger vocation.


To accomplish the task, the Sisters recruited entertainment industry veterans Kevin and Monica Fitzgibbons, who bring decades of experience as former executives of Sony and DreamWorks-SKG respectively, and more recently DeMontfort/AimHigher. From there, a team was assembled to create a state-of-the-art physical studio facility, as well as the newly launched GoLEDigital.org to bring our formative materials into deliverable content.


Canonically established in 1997, we, the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist, have joyfully taken the message of faith to the modern world through a variety of outreaches, including education, vocations and culture. Beginning with four foundresses, we have now grown to over 135 Sisters with an average age of 32.  Our Sisters teach in preschool through college all over the United States;
our Motherhouse is located in Ann Arbor, Michigan.   


We hope you will join our digital community here
as together we can shine the light of the good, the true and the beautiful!


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