Dominicans -- General Site


#1

Today was the feast of St Dominic. Here’s a general site:

Blessings,
Mrs Cloisters OP
Lay Dominican
http://cloisters.tripod.com/
http://cloisters.tripod.com/charity/
http://cloisters.tripod.com/holyangels/id9.html/


#2

I was kind of looking forward to several links to lesser known Dominican communities for St. Dominic’s feast day. Your links are always so interesting.

Something I learned about today is the Angelic Warfare Confraternity.


#3

Happy Feast Day Mrs Cloisters!


#4

Thank you for the complement. I always do try to find the more obscure communities by following the saints’ calendar. There are a couple of foreign-language vocational blogs who feature “obscure” communities. I had a migraine all day yesterday, and was blessed to be able to post the one general link.

Here is the Confraternity’s website: https://www.angelicwarfareconfraternity.org/

The St. Cecilia Dominicans enroll their postulants in the confraternity. My emerging charism will be requiring the same.


#5

Thank you!!!


#6

I wonder, is the confraternity open to married people? After all, we are required to live chastely as well.


#7

I’m married, and am needing to do this as part of my membership with the CAMM- Dr. St. Gianna’s Assistants for Life (DGAL), one of our “third orders” of Dominican spirituality under our Vincentian umbrella. CAMM-DGAL members who are on the religious life track hope to start a new community dedicated to the Holy Innocents & St. Gianna Molla. The physician saint was a member of the St. Vincent de Paul Society. Her feast is on the Vincentian calendar.

But, back to your original question – yes, I believe married folk are permitted to join, as well.


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