Vocations


Join our friars in NYC at St. Vincent Ferrer Church and Priory on Manhattan on 12 July

2017 NYC Vocation Event


Men 18 – 35 years of age are invited. Required RSVP: vocations@dominicanfriars.org

An Interview with Marcus Grodi on EWTN

Fr. Bonaventure OP on The Journey Home


Fr. Bonaventure Chapman OP, a newly ordained priest, shares his conversion story into the Catholic Church on EWTN’s The Journey Home.

An Interview with Marcus Grodi on EWTN

Bro. Martin OP on The Journey Home


Bro. Martin Davis OP, a cooperator brother shares his conversion story into the Catholic Church on EWTN’s The Journey Home.

2017 Novitiate Class
Provincial News

Announcing 2017 Novitiate Class


These men have been accepted for the 2017 Novitiate Class for the Dominican Province of St. Joseph. Read their biographies here!

first and last Mass
Seven new priests thank God for the gift of priesthood during a Mass of Thanksgiving

The First and Last Mass


Seven new Dominican priests celebrated a Mass of Thanksgiving at the Dominican House of Studies. This homily is from the subprior of the community, Fr. Jacob Restrick OP.

Provincial News

Ordination Mass Homily of Archbishop Di Noia


On May 20, 2017, seven Dominican friars were ordained to the priesthood at St. Dominic’s Church in Washington, DC by Archbishop Augustine Di Noia, O.P.

Could this be the first in the Dominican Order worldwide?

Dominican Cooperator Brother Vocation Weekend + First Ever in the USA


The Eastern Province Dominicans are organizing a “come & see” weekend for the cooperator brother vocation in New York City – October 6-8, 2017.

Opportunities abound to visit us

ANNOUNCING 2018-19 VOCATION WEEKENDS


Soon we will announce the 2018-2019 vocation weekends in DC and NYC. Details coming soon!

Provincial News

Seven Friars to be Ordained Priests


Archbishop J. Augustine DiNoia, O.P. will ordain 7 of our brothers on Saturday, May 20th

Three Conversion Stories

Coming Home to the Catholic Faith


The Coming Home Network International recently shared the stories of four of our friars into the Catholic Faith and into the Dominican Order.