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The transformation and growth of persons, communities, and organizations is the mission of Dominican Center. We look back on 25 years in gratitude for those who have been part of this transformation and we set our sights ahead realizing there is still so much work to do. Our world moves at lightning speed and the news of the day reminds us how much spiritual transformation, for the sake of a just society, is needed.

In this 25th anniversary year, we are intentionally inviting presenters to share messages of hope, justice, inclusivity, and peace in our Prophetic Voices Series. These truth sayers celebrate our 25-year journey and bring light to paths not yet traveled.

There is still so much work to be done in our world, as these Prophetic Voices share.

We hear a yearning from those who are contributing to making our society a just society. It is from this that our newest formation program has been developed. Foundations in Wisdom offers the tools and resources, and experiences to renew one’s spiritual foundation, as well as the resolve to live in this world with compassion, and to respond with contemplative service.

“In a society of quick fixes and easy remedies, Dominican Center is needed to support walking the spiritual path with people for a lifetime,” wrote Sister Nancy.

We hear from a community of people of color looking for a place where their voices are heard, their participation valued, and their life experiences and cultures respected and integrated into our offerings and services.

We are listening to the Holy Spirit, always guiding Dominican Center to respond with hospitality and welcome. We listen, and as we do, we continue to fulfill the mission to foster transformation and growth of persons, communities, and organizations through prayer, learning, and collaboration in an inclusive, hospitable environment for many more years to come.

On our 25th anniversary, we listen to the Holy as we move into the next 25 years. We welcome you to Dominican Center at Marywood to listen and learn, contemplatively, and to experience transformation — in the Dominican way.