The Forgotten Vocation Single Catholics have a special vocation to bring about the Kingdom of God through their daily work and in society, Sister Barb Kelley writes in her vocations column.
Seeds Scattered and Grown Order your copy of the second volume of Adrian Dominican history written by Sister Nadine Foley.
Come and See Weekend Planned The Adrian Dominican Sisters invite single Catholic women between the ages of 19-35 to attend a Come and See Weekend in March. Participants will discern if they are being called to religious life.
Celebrate the Holiness of Every Day Read Sister Janet Schaeffler's latest Faith Formation column as published in The Michigan Catholic.
Providing Affordable Housing The January Portfolio Advisory Board newsletter highlights the St. Ambrose Housing Aid Center in Baltimore.
Voices in Mission and Ministry The Winter 2006 issue of Voices is now available.
Dominican Ashram Visit the "Friends of God" Dominican Ashram web site. The Ashram is located on the Motherhouse campus of the Adrian Dominican Sisters.
Dominican Symposium A symposium celebrating 800 years of faith, heritage and ministry of the Order of Preachers will be held in May 2007 in Adrian.
Evensong for Peace Join the Adrian Dominican Sisters as they pray for peace each Tuesday.
Katrina Study Guide Sisters and Associates: Click here for information on how you may obtain a copy of the Katrina Study Guide for study and discussion.
Fresh Perspectives Rediscover and experience the work of the Portfolio Advisory Board. You'll find fresh insights on living in a just world.
Prayer for Iraqi Sisters A Dominican Sister from Great Bend, Kansas, wrote a prayer for the Iraqi Dominican Sisters during their retreat.
Jubilee Prayer During this Jubilee year, the Dominican family is asked to unite themselves in prayer by reciting this special Jubilee Prayer.
Prouilhe's 800th Anniversary The first monastery in Prouilhe was founded by St. Dominic and is the cornerstone of the Dominican Order and Family.
In Memoriam Click here to read obituaries of recently deceased Sisters and Associates.
Catherine Visit You Click here to schedule a visit with Catherine of Siena,
as portrayed by Sister Nancy Murray.