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DOMINICAN SISTERS OF MARY- Mother of the Eucharist

We  were  founded  in  1997  to  spread  the  witness  of  religious  life  across  the  country  in  response  to  St. John Paul II’s vision for a New Evangelization. In  just  under  20  years,  we  have  grown  from  four Foundresses to over 130 Sisters from over 30 states,Canada  and  Australia  at  an  average  age  of  32  years old.
We actively seek to spread the witness of religious life across the country in many ways, including talks to youth and college students, summer teaching missions, pro-life witness, and continued use of new ways to engage the culture (media appearances—CBS, Fox, Oprah Winfrey, NPR; catechetical television programs; written materials; music CDs; and various forms of social media.)
Experiencing a “different kind of vocations crisis,” we’ve outgrown our Ann Arbor Motherhouse  and  are  working  to  raise  funds  to  continue  supporting  our  operations  and  to  build  a  Religious  House  outside  of  Austin,  TX.  This  is  the  first  step  toward  our  vision of building Religious Houses in other parts of the country to witness and promote consecrated life.
Everything we do begins in the chapel.  With a particular Eucharistic and Marian devotion, we gather daily in communal prayer, beginning each day with a Eucharistic Holy Hour, Mass, and a renewal of our Marian consecration.