Vocation Profile - Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist

Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist

Sr. Joseph Andrew O.P.
Vocation Directress
4597 Warren Rd
Ann Arbor, MI 48105


Professed members111
Year founded1997
Generalate/motherhouseAnn Arbor, MI

Austin, TX; Chicago, IL; Columbus, OH; Detroit, MI; Galveston-Houston, TX; Kansas City-St. Joseph, MO; Lansing, MI; Peoria, IL; Phoenix, AZ; Rome (Italy); Sacramento, CA; San Francisco, CA; Washington, DC
Through the profession of the evangelical counsels, we seek to embody the graces of the new evangelization which Pope John Paul II announced as "the prelude to a new springtime in the Church." The spiritual identity of our fraternal life lived in community is shaped by Dominican spirituality with an emphasis on Eucharistic adoration and Marian devotion.
Sound mental and physical health; good judgment and common sense.
One year postulancy; two years novitiate; five years temporary vows; then final vows.
Age range/limit
Up to 32
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