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Daughters of St. Mary of Providence The
Daughters of St. Mary of Providence were
founded in 1881 by Saint Louis Guanella
to spread the “Culture of Charity.” As Instruments of Providence, we do not limit our energies
but extend them to provide assistance wherever serious circumstances and need arise. The Daughters are
currently serving in 14 countries around the world:
Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Romania, India, the Philippines, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Paraguay,
Mexico, Canada and the United States. We are sent to
evangelize those in need and to reveal to them the
Provident love of the Father with our works of
mercy. We dedicate ourselves with a preferential love
to persons less favored with gifts of intelligence and
physical health, as well as those in need of religious
formation, and those deprived of human support. We
offer our lives to as many as Providence puts on our
path and feel the solicitous concern to be “sister,
mother, and friend,” to become one family with them.
For more information: call: (773) 545-8300; e-mail:
email@example.com; website: www.dsmpic.org.
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Daughters of St. Paul (F.S.P.) Founded by Blessed
James Alberione in 1915 to take up the modern
media for the Gospel and the Church, the Daughters
of St. Paul bring Jesus Christ to all people in more
than 50 countries. Meeting Christ in the Word and
the Eucharist through daily Mass, meditation, community prayer, and our Hour of Adoration before the
Blessed Sacrament, we are transformed into Christ in
order to proclaim him to the world through print and
digital publishing, radio, Internet, social media, music, art, video, apps, our book and media centers, and
media education seminars. Age limit: 18-30 years
old. (Exceptions can be made.) Discernment retreat
weekends and Come and See programs are offered,
as well as the St. Paul Summer Program for high
school women. Website: www.daughtersofstpaul.
org. Contact: Sr. Margaret Michael, F.S.P., Vocation
Director, 1025 King St., Alexandria, VA 22314; (703)
549-3806; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. En
español: email@example.com. Canada: Vocation Director, 3022 Dufferin St., Toronto, Ontario
M6B 3T5; (416) 781-9131; e-mail: Pauline Toronto@
gmail.com. See our web ad at vocationnetwork.org.
Daughters of the Heart of Mary
(DHM) WOMEN CONSECRATED
FOR MISSION. As an international
congregation, we profess vows of
Chastity, Poverty, and Obedience and live
contemporary and often hidden religious lives
without distinctive sign or title, patterned after
Mary of Nazareth. In community life we share a
common spirituality and prayer life nurtured
through regular meetings, days of prayer and
spiritual renewal, community celebrations, and
province-wide gatherings. Whether residing in a
small group setting with other sisters or with family
or alone, we are missioned to serve in ministries
broad and diverse. Although founded in 18th
Century France, our 21st Century Mission is “TO
SEEK TO FOSTER A WORLD ROOTED IN AND
REVITALIZED BY THE WORD OF GOD.” U.S.
Vocation Director, 1365 Northampton St., Holyoke,
MA 01040; (413) 534-4502; e-mail: vocations@
dhmna.org; website: www.dhm.org. See our digital
web ad at DigitalVocationGuide.org.
Daughters of Wisdom (D. W.) Rooted in the spirituality handed on to us by St. Louis Marie De Montfort
and Bl. Marie Louise Trichet, we, Daughters of Wisdom today, seek and contemplate Divine Wisdom
present in a world that hungers for meaning, justice,
and compassion. Present in twenty continents across
five continents, our mission is to bring the message
of Jesus, Incarnate Wisdom, to people experiencing
injustice, violence, poverty, and oppression, especially women and children. Daughters of Wisdom
have ministered in the United States for over a
century. Called together in community, we serve
those in need of education, health care, and basic
human and spiritual resources. 385 Ocean Avenue,
Islip, NY 11751; (631) 277-2660, Ext. 16; e-mail:
firstname.lastname@example.org; website: www.
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Dominican Sisters (O.P.) Dominican Sisters live
in many locations throughout the U.S. We share a
common heritage, and are influenced by differences
in our geography and history. As Dominicans, we
claim preaching as our mission, supported by a
life of prayer and study in community. In apostolic
congregations members often live in the locale where
our particular ministries are located. Our preaching
may take many forms, such as parish or diocesan
ministry, education or health care, advocacy for
justice, legal aid, the arts, spirituality or missionary
activity. In all our ministries Dominican women
strive for integrity in serving God and creation in the
21st century. Women in their 20’s - 40’s are invited
to contact a Dominican congregation for specific
information about the process for joining this mis-
sion as a vowed member. Women are also invited to
obtain information about retreat opportunities and
volunteer programs at a nearby Dominican com-
munity. Locate one by visiting our website: www.
See ad on page 161. Code #018.
Dominican Sisters (O.P.)—Adrian, MI We
Dominican Sisters of Adrian are members of the
Order of Preachers. We preach the Good News of
God’s love to the world through our ministries and
our lives. One of our mottos is “To contemplate
and share the fruits of contemplation.” We strive to
base our lives on the four pillars of Dominican life:
prayer, study, community and ministry/preaching.
Our roots go back to St. Dominic 800 years ago. We
came to Adrian, Michigan, in 1879. We are currently
around 650 members and minister in many places in
the United States as well as the Dominican Republic
and the Philippines. Our actual ministries take many
forms. For example, we serve as teachers, lawyers,
social workers, parish pastoral ministers, chaplains,
artists, and advocates for those in our world who
are suffering, including our whole earth community.
In whatever we do, we aim to “seek truth, make
peace, and reverence life.” Vocation Director: 1257
East Siena Heights Dr., Adrian, MI 49221-1793;
Toll-free: 1-866-774-0005; e-mail: vocations@
adriandominicans.org. Please visit our website at
adriandominicans.org and follow us on Facebook.
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Dominican Sisters (O.P.)—Blauvelt, NY Our Dominican motto: to praise, to bless, to preach the Word
of God frames our lives of prayer, study, common life
and ministry. We endeavor to proclaim the good news
of the compassionate love of God for each person
with a special consciousness of and presence to those
who are poor and on the margins of society. In living
out this mission, we serve in a variety of ministries
including education, social services, health care, pastoral care, peace and justice, and prison ministry. We
have committed ourselves to intentionally embrace
the future with hope and recognize that God’s design
is one that leads us to a greater understanding of the
sacredness and oneness of all creation. We invite
you to join us. To learn about our life and ministries,
friend us on Facebook, visit our website opblauvelt.
org, or contact Sr. Michaela Connolly, O.P.; e-mail:
See ad on page 161. Code #018.
Dominican Sisters (O.P.)—Caldwell, NJ We, Sisters of St. Dominic of Caldwell, are a community
of vowed women religious responding to God’s call
and united in our quest for the unfolding revelation
of God. We preach the Word of God through our
lives of contemplative prayer, study, and ministry in
response to the needs of our time. Together we have
chosen three directions: to reclaim our passion for
contemplation; to hold the promotion of justice as
a singular priority; and to study, live, and teach the
mysteries of the universe and the sacredness of all
creation. We live out these directions as we minister
in education at all levels from pre-school to graduate school, child care centers, parish ministry, pastoral care, health care, senior housing facilities, advocacy for government and corporate practices, and
earth literacy. We welcome other women to share
this life with us. Visit our website: www.caldwellop.
org. Be in touch with us: (973) 403-3331; e-mail us
See ad on page 161. Code #018.
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