We value working closely together with other Dominicans to further our common mission of preaching the Good News of Christ Jesus. We currently collaborate with:
Dominicans at the United Nations in New York
Dominican Leadership Conference represents the worldwide Dominican Family, at the United Nations in New York, USA. Dominicans for Justice and Peace represents our Family at the United Nations in Geneva. Dominican sisters and brothers, living in over 101 countries gives us a wonderful opportunity to bring their experience to the United Nations, to share their stories, their realities, their hopes and dreams for their people with the United Nations missions and Secretariat.
A joint effort by 22 congregations of Dominican women to provide its members in initial formation with an experience of the larger Dominican Family.
The Dominican Sisters Conference unites the sisters and associates of the U.S. Dominican Congregations in their mission to preach the gospel of Jesus, standing as a clear voice for truth, justice and peace.
A lay mission program that invites men and women for a 10-12 month term of life in mission and in intentional Dominican community.
A global network of Dominican Sisters emphasizing the development of mutual relationships. DSI provides a way for Dominican Sisters to speak with each other across continental lines.
The Dominican Alliance is a collaboration among eight congregations which began in 1997. Members include:
- Dominican Sisters of Adrian, Michigan
- Dominican Sisters of Grand Rapids, Michigan
- Dominican Sisters of Peace, Columbus, Ohio
- Dominican Sisters of Houston, Texas
- Congregation of St. Catherine of Siena, Saratoga, California
- Dominican Sisters of Racine, Wisconsin
- Dominican Sisters of Sinsinawa, Wisconsin
- Dominican Sisters of Springfield, Illinois
The mission statement of the Alliance is: “Itinerant Dominican women, committed to collaboration, link their energy, resources and personnel to preach the Gospel.” The Leadership of the Alliance meets twice a year and collaborate through a Vocation committee, an African Connection Committee and an Eco-Justice Committee. LOGO NEEDED HERE
(ask Joan Scanlon for it)