Dominican Sisters,
Immaculate Conception Province

Founded in 1861, we spread God's Kingdom through education, evangelization, and aid to the suffering. We are Marian and Eucharistic, fostered by the pillars of Dominican Spirituality.

The sisters “should have no other aim than to work sincerely, even with great difficulty, to spread the Kingdom of God in souls.”
- Mother Kolumba Bialecka


Our Purpose

As part of the Dominican Order, the Congregation of the Sisters of Saint Dominic accept as its purpose the proclamation of the truth of the Gospel to those in greatest need (Luke 4:18; 3:31). In this purpose, our Congregation reflects Christ who was sent to the poor and those in need. (Constitutions no. 4)

Depending on particular needs, our Congregation engages in:

• Teaching the truth of the Gospel
• Raising the level of education and culture
• Bringing aid to the suffering

So as to, in union with the Church in diverse circumstances, serve the people by helping them on their way to salvation in Catholic and missionary countries. (Constitutions n. 5)

Immaculate Heart of Mary

Do you feel called to something more?

Do you feel Jesus calling you to something more? Is there a prompting in your heart that you can't explain or ignore? Perhaps Jesus is asking you to discern religious life? Come, consider this radical response of love to God who made you. What is it about? Click below to learn more!

Become a Friend of Dominic

Our mission is to aid the suffering, spread the Gospel, and educate future generations in virtue and in love. Our work isn't possible without the generosity and care of people like you! Please consider financially supporting our work. Through your monetary aid, you participate in our mission of making Christ better known to the people He sends us.

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