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Curious About Life as a Religious Sister?

Come and See!

Think of this as a no-obligation “coffee date” with religious life – an opportunity to meet the Dominican Sisters of Peace, live and pray in community, and ask the questions your personal call to religious life has raised.

Single Catholic women ages 18-45 are welcome to join us. Attendance is free, and some travel assistance may be available. Email Sr. Annette Lucero for more details, or click here for our retreat flyer.

Meet a Jubilarian

Sr. Cora Minnaji, OP - Celebrating 75 years

Sister Cora Minnaji is celebrating her 75th jubilee anniversary as a Dominican Sister of Peace.

Sister Cora was born in Pittsburgh and has been volunteering with the sick and aged in the Pittsburgh Diocese since 2001. Previously she ministered in the areas of supportive services in secondary education and as director of religious education , both in New York. She also spent more than 20 years in the classroom as a secondary and elementary teacher in Pennsylvania, Ohio, New York and Connecticut dioceses.  We are grateful for your continued contributions and all you have given through the years Sister Cora!

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Where do we find joy?

The Dominican Sisters of Peace find joy in our daily walk with God and with our community, in the work we do for God’s people, and in the companions who share their time and talents with our ministries.

  • Being Peace

    Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you.

    Christ’s words in the Gospel of John inspired our name… and inspire our daily lives, as we live in peace and speak with peace in every encounter.

    Be a part of our mission to make the world a more peace-filled place.

    How We Became Peace

    Our Commitments

  • What We Do:

    We are committed to ministries of spirituality, education, ecology, economic and social justice, and more.

    Through our founded ministries and our work in churches, communities, and schools, we strive to bring peace to the world.

    Our Domestic Ministries

    Our Overseas Ministries

  • Our Dominican Associates

    Dominican Associates are lay people who work and walk with the Dominican Sisters of Peace in their lives of prayer, study and ministry to God’s people.

    Anyone with a heart for peace can become a Dominican Associate… learn how!

    What is a Dominican Associate?

Who are the Dominicans?

The Order of Preachers, abbreviated OP, is also known as the Dominicans, after our founder, St. Dominic. The Dominicans were the first itinerant order, leaving the monastery to preach the truth of the gospel and Christ’s love.

The first Dominican institution was a convent in the French city of Prouille. The order was founded in 1215 in Toulouse, France.

The first Dominican women religious in America were our foremothers, the Dominican Sisters of St. Catharine, founded in 1822 in Kentucky.  

Click here to find a North American Dominican Congregation.

Our Ministries

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Do You Hear Your Call?

Are you looking for something more?

We can help you recognize God’s call in your life.

We all start at a different place in the journey,  but we’ve all been where you are today.

We are committed to sharing the knowledge and resources to help you find your way.  Let’s walk together.

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Learn More about the work of the Dominican Sisters of Peace

We are grateful to Suzanne Wong for her image of Signadou. Signadou (from the French, meaning ‘sign of God’) is the site in Fanjeaux, Southern France, where St Dominic’s vision for the Dominican Order began to unfold. We are blessed by Suzanne’s preaching. 

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