This legend of St. Dominic was compiled by Br. Gerard de Frechet at the request of the fifth Master of the Order, Bl. Humbert of Romans. It dates from 1255-1257.
The Powerful Intercession of the Dominican Nuns & Sisters When each of you come on a vocation weekend at the Dominican House of Studies in Washington DC, I always tell men it is the best way to learn… Read More
Those considering religious life often feel much anxiety. Beyond the normal anxiety present in making any life-altering decision, modern people also face the reluctance our society instills to making any definitive choices. Our culture exacerbates this problem.
The rosary is a method of prayer which engages the whole person, body and soul. Words are recited, beads fingered, scenes imagined, affections awakened, doctrines pondered and virtues willed. Like the Holy Trinity, Father, Son and Holy Spirit,… Read More
The first reading from today’s Mass is the “Call of Samuel” (1 Sm 3:1-10, 19-20). It might offer some simple insights into discovering your own call. First, we know from this reading that Eli the priest & Samuel both… Read More