Opening Wide our Doors to Christ…Deep in the Heart of Texas

In 1997, there were four. These founding Sisters began with nothing but faith and obedience to God’s call.  From the start, the Lord drew young women to Himself through our brand new community, the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist.  In phases, our Motherhouse in Ann Arbor was built

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Echoing the Mystery

Echoing the Mystery – a new catechetical resource “Were not our hearts burning [within us] while he spoke to us on the way and opened the scriptures to us?” Luke 24:32 Echoing the Mystery, Unlocking the Deposit of Faith in Catechesis, aims to open the mysteries God has revealed to

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The Sisters Sang at the White House Christmas Tree Lighting!

As our four founding Sisters stepped out in faith 21 years ago to begin a new community of women religious, they envisioned spreading the witness of religious life across the country. Indeed, God has affirmed their act of faith by providing abundant opportunities to fulfill that vision. In a spirit of thanksgiving,

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Our New Saints & A Special Anniversary

On  Sunday, October 14th, 2018, Pope Paul VI was canonized in Rome, along with Oscar Romero, Archbishop of San Salvador, who was martyred while saying Mass. Two of our foundresses were present in St. Peter’s square for this historic event. Pope Paul VI is perhaps best known for his courage in affirming the

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A Birthday Gift for Mary: 13 New Postulants!

On August 28th, the Feast of St. Augustine, we received 13 new Postulants into our community. Life abounds! Reflecting on the unique gift that each Sister is and brings to the community and the Church, Mother Assumpta said, “We will never be the same.” Each life alters existence as we

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Thanks be to God for our Sisters who made Professions!

We give thanks to God for the incredible young women who made Vows! They are a gift to our community and the Universal Church. In professing Vows, the Sisters freely dedicate themselves to a life of consecrated chastity, poverty and obedience. Contrary to worldly wisdom, they are not running away

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