Holy Week: The Divine Drama

Palm Sunday is the first act of the Paschal Mystery (Jesus’ Passion, Death, and Resurrection). Today, Christ processed through the Jewish crowd, who would betray him in only a few days’ time. Today, at Mass, we accompany the priest who, in the Person of Christ, processes towards the altar of sacrifice—toward the Cross and

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Lent: An Encounter with the Divine Lover

This year, Ash Wednesday falls on Valentine’s Day. Paradoxical? Perhaps to some. Inconvenient? For many Catholics, certainly (sweethearts and school teachers alike). However, one could also draw profound meaning from this providential collision of observances.   We love because God loved us first. (cf. 1 John 4:19) While the secular world exchanges heart-shaped

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The Paschal Mystery of Christ

Lenten Journal – new for 2018 Liturgical Years A, B, C What was from the beginning, what we have heard, what we have seen with our eyes, what we looked upon and touched with our hands concerns the Word of life—1 John 1:1 The season of Lent is a new

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Spend Christmas with the Sisters

The Dominican Sisters of Mary have created a beautiful musical recording for your collection, entitled Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring: Christmas with the Dominican Sisters of Mary. Enjoy this beautiful music to accompany you for many special Christmas memories.  Recorded at the Ann Arbor Motherhouse chapel, Jesu Joy of Man’s

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2017 Annual Appeal: And Mary’s ‘Yes’ Continues

As we celebrate 20 years as a religious community, we will continue emulating Mary in saying “yes” to Christ’s call to teach and preach the Truth.  Some might ask:  how can a community of over 130 Sisters expect to change our current secularized and relativistic culture?  The response is quite

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Our newest Postulants!

On August 28th, the feast of St. Augustine, we welcomed 16  new postulants! They have imitated St. Augustine’s restless search for God and his joy when God is discovered. Please pray for each of them, that they might be faithful to Christ’s call, and respond daily with a “fiat” to

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