vocations

We welcome you to join us in our journey, emboldened by faith and serving with joy.

Dominican Sisters ~ Grand Rapids is a congregation of women religious emboldened by faith, serving with joy. 

Religious life is a vocation to live the Gospel values in a deliberate way. “Be who God meant you to be and you will set the world on fire,” said St. Catherine of Siena, one of our patron saints. The freedom, so explicit in her words, has led each of our Sisters to share themselves with the world through ministries of all kinds. 

Would you like to find out more about the Dominican Order of PrayingSisterGodsPreachers and consecrated life? Click on What is Religious Life? or choose another option in the menu to the left.

Visit us. Pray with us. Chat with us. Be with us.

Contacts  Sister Chela Gonzalez, OP, Vocation Director
Vocation Team: Sister Doris Faber, OP    Sister Ann Mason, OP

Upcoming Events

Jesus turned and saw them following him and said to them, “What are you looking for?” They said to him, “Rabbi, where are you staying?” He said to them, “Come and see!” (John 1:38-39)

Single Catholic women, 20 years and older, who want to know more about the life of a Sister are invited to join us for a “Come-and-See Weekend.”

Friday, Mar 17 –  Sunday, Mar 19  OR  Friday, Feb 10 – Sunday, Feb 12
Dominican Sisters ~ Grand Rapids Campus
2025 Fulton Street East • Grand Rapids, MI 49503

For more information contact Sr. Chela Gonzalez, Vocation Director: cgonzalez@grdominicans.org • 616-329-6221

 

During this time and place in history, YOU can change the world.

St. Dominic and St. Catherine of Siena, our patron saints, spoke and lived the Word of God preaching mercy and hope against inhumanity. Courageously, they questioned systemic thinking and behaviors, and in doing so, changed history. They are among many women and men of history whose ideas, values, beliefs, and manner of living changed the world.

 

We are rooted in both the Word of God and the Dominican tradition of the Catholic Church, we strive for a balance of prayer, community, study, and service in our lives.