In celebration of our 800 year jubilee celebration, our student friars’ popular blog, Dominicana, has published 5 posts on the cooperator brother vocation. Written by our cooperator brothers in formation, they each focus on a different Dominican saint:
The Dominican vocation of a cooperator brother, through the vows of obedience, poverty and chastity, is centered in, and radically dependent, on a common life devoted to prayer and liturgy, study and scholarship, preaching and other ministries, and especially by caring for one another in community. In recent years, there has been a marked interest in young men considering a vocation to be a cooperator brother.
You can read more about the formation of our cooperator brothers.
All friars in formation in our two studentates in Washington DC – HERE
+ new document from Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life: IDENTITY & MISSION OF THE RELIGIOUS BROTHER IN THE CHURCH.