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Dominican Sisters Blauvelt

About Us

As vowed women religious and Associates, we are committed to bringing hope and mercy to all in need through programs and advocacy. We preach the Gospel of Jesus, in the spirit and tradition of Saint Dominic with the charism of our foundress, Mary Ann Sammon.

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The Sisters of St. Dominic of Blauvelt, based in Blauvelt, New York, are dedicated to preaching the Gospel through a life of prayer, community, and service. They focus on education, social justice, healthcare, and pastoral ministry.

Ministry Work

The sisters operate schools, healthcare facilities, and social service programs. They engage in pastoral care, spiritual direction, and retreats. Their work includes advocating for the poor and marginalized through various outreach initiatives and social justice efforts.

Daily Life and Mission

Daily life revolves around communal prayers, such as the Liturgy of the Hours and daily Mass, personal reflection, and active ministry. Their mission is rooted in Dominican spirituality, emphasizing truth, compassion, and justice, striving to make a positive impact on society and the Church.

Vision and Goals

The Sisters of St. Dominic of Blauvelt aim to foster spiritual growth, education, and social justice. Their commitment to prayer, community life, and service ensures they remain a vibrant source of inspiration and support, working towards a more just and compassionate world. Through their diverse ministries, they seek to transform lives and communities, promoting the values of the Gospel.

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Dominican Sisters Blauvelt





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