Month: October 2020

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Crash Course: How to Discern Your Vocation

I spent several years discerning my vocation before I joined the Order. Despite the stress and uncertainty, the process of discernment was incredibly grace-filled. I learned a lot about God and myself, gaining practical wisdom that has proved to be very fruitful. Based on this experience, I would like to…

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How to Waste Time Like a Saint

Our common life as Dominicans follows a daily schedule of prayer and meals called an horarium, but that still leaves us with a lot of time left to plan on our own. How do we make the best use of that time for prayer, study, work, and recreation? One of…

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Wise Habits: 30 minutes with DSPT Scholars

On behalf of Fr. Peter Rogers, O.P., and everyone at the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology, we are excited to announce a new online live series beginning this month called Wise Habits: 30 Minutes with DSPT Scholars. Each month (dates attached) the DSPT will feature one of its esteemed Dominican…

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The Eucharist: Our Burning Bush

“And the angel of the Lord appeared to [Moses] in a flame of fire out of the midst of a bush; and he looked, and behold, the bush was burning, yet it was not consumed.” (Exodus 3:2) “In this [fire] it prefigured this sacrament [the Eucharist], in which the fire…

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Valuing Truth Wherever It Is Found

St. Thomas Aquinas, one of the intellectual luminaries of our Order, is a model thinker. He integrated the thought of diverse intellectuals in and out of the Church, arranging them into what St. John Paul II calls “the most elevated synthesis [of faith and reason] ever attained by human thought”…

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Rosary with the Dominicans – LIVESTREAM on October 7th at 8PM

Oct. 7 – 8PM – Watch the Livestream here

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Rosary Sunday is Here!

Praise God, vocations continue to grow, even during these challenging times! This week is our annual Rosary Sunday: Dominican Student Appeal, which supports the education and formation expenses of the 36 young men currently in formation to become your future Dominican priests and religious brothers. This is the most men…

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