LAUDATO SI’ ACTION PLATFORM

After Pope Francis wrote his encyclical Laudato Si’, many in the Catholic and global community embraced his words as a path forward towards a new ecology, one that recognizes every being on Earth is interconnected and the cries of the poor and Earth are one. In December, the Dominican... (Read More)

COP27

The 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference, more commonly referred to as COP27, will be held from November 6-18 in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt. The conference will bring together governments, civil society, and other stakeholders to discuss climate change and its impacts, agree on how to address it, and... (Read More)

140th Anniversary!

This week, we celebrate our congregation’s 140th anniversary! To mark the occasion, join us in taking a virtual tour of our first Texas motherhouse in Galveston, Texas.  Just click on the link provided. Though the building is gone, the work begun there continues 140 years later. https://arcg.is/1DWDDL0 (Read More)

Dominican Sisters of Houston New Leadership Team

On Sunday, June 5, 2022, the Dominican Sisters of Houston celebrated Pentecost Sunday Mass with Rite of Installation for its newly elected General Council, the canonical leadership that will serve the congregation for the next six years. Reverend Jim Courville presided over the Eucharistic celebration in the Dominican Center... (Read More)

Violence and White Supremacy Cannot Stand

We support the following statement from the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR), of which we are members: Violence and White Supremacy Cannot Stand Wed, 2022-05-18 07:49 by asanders Our hearts are breaking as we once again come face to face with the racial hatred and gun violence that... (Read More)

Cook and Kitchen/Dining Room Staff Person

Dominican Sisters of Houston Cook and Kitchen/Dining Room Staff Person The Dominican Sisters of Houston seek an experienced cook with a background in geriatric environments. We are looking for an addition to our dietary staff at St. Dominic Villa, the home to the retired sisters of our community. Job... (Read More)

COVID-19 Update

ST. DOMINIC VILLA IS CURRENTLY CLOSED TO VISITORS- WE HOPE YOU WILL RETURN WHEN WE, ONCE AGAIN, ACCEPT VISITORS! Effective immediately, due to the rising cases of the OMICRON variant of COVID-19 in the Houston area and out of an abundance of caution and for the safety of all,... (Read More)

Go Astros!

Four of our sisters were among the “Rally Nuns” who attended the opening game of the 2021 World Series on Tuesday night, October 26th! Sisters Emily Bordages, Jane Meyer, Lauren Lindee, and Mary Brenda were thrilled to see the game and grateful for the generosity of Jim McIngvale, also... (Read More)