In our life of prayer we follow the example of St. Dominic, who both at home and on the road, day and night, was diligent in the divine office and in prayer and celebrated the divine mysteries with great devotion. According to the desire of St. Dominic, the solemn and common celebration of the liturgy must be maintained among the principal duties of our vocation.
In the liturgy, especially in the Eucharist, the mystery of salvation is present and at work which the brethren share and contemplate and even proclaim in preaching to others so that they may be incorporated into Christ through the sacraments of faith.
In the liturgy, together with Christ, the brethren glorify God for the eternal plan of his will and for the wonderful order of grace, and they intercede with the Father of mercies for the whole Church as well as for the needs and the salvation of the whole world. Therefore, the celebration of the liturgy is the center and heart of our whole life, whose unity especially is rooted in it.
We invite you to join us for our conventual Mass and recitation of the Divine Office. We distribute our prayer schedule weekly, which you can have sent to your inbox by registering on the homepage HERE. If you have any difficulty attending one of our liturgies, please email email@example.com .
Mass Intentions, including Novenas and Gregorian Series, are accepted by the Friars. To arrange for Masses to be celebrated please download the information and instructions available HERE (PDF). The donations help support the Dominican Community.
Horarium (Summer, 2013)
|Office of Readings / Morning Prayer||8:30am|
Monday — Friday
|Mass and Morning Prayer||7:30am|
|Office of Readings / Evening Prayer||5:30pm|
|Mass and Morning Prayer||8:00am|
|Office of Readings / Midday Prayer||12:00pm|