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The Triduum in the Province of St. Joseph

With more than twenty houses in the Eastern United States serving a wide variety of ministries, the Dominicans of the Province of St. Joseph are celebrating the Triduum in a number of different ways. For the convenience of those travelling (and staying at home) this Holy Week, we’ve gathered all the information available online about Triduum celebrations in the province in one place.
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Savorelli - St. Philip Held by Dominicans
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The World Which Made St. Philip Neri

Many Catholics are familiar with the zany antics and fervent piety that characterized St. Philip Neri, the sixteenth-century founder of the Congregation of the Oratory. What may be less familiar is the importance of the Order of Preachers in his life. After being educated by the friars in his native Florence, St. Philip maintained a constant contact with the Dominicans during his many years of ministry in Rome.
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April 5-7 Vocation Weekend to coincide with Divine Mercy Sunday

You are invited on the weekend of April 5-7, 2013 for the last “Come & See” vocation weekend for this academic year at the Dominican House of Studies in Washington DC. This is the weekend after Easter and will therefore coincide with Divine Mercy Sunday.

Click here for more information about the weekend including the schedule for the talks.

A vocation weekend is a no-pressure opportunity to learn more about the Order of Preachers and pray with the 80 friars who live at the Dominican House of Studies. Contact the director of vocations for more info.

CHECK OUT THE VOCATION DIRECTOR’S BLOG

Our recent vocation videos:

Five Paths to the Priesthood

Leaving all Things Behind (over 25,000 views)

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Dominicans and the March for Life

Yesterday, Dominicans from the Province of Saint Joseph descended on the Capitol for the March for Life which marks the 40th anniversary of Roe vs. Wade. They were joined by Dominican sisters, Dominican friars from other provinces and hundreds of thousands of others to send the message that life is sacred.

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