The Dominican Laity bear witness in the world to the truth of Christ by participating in the spirituality, practices, and apostolic works of the Dominican Order. The Dominican Laity is open to men and women, single or married, who desire to manifest God's love in the world today. Lay Dominicans are members of "chapters" who meet once a month for prayer and study of events and issues about the Church today to foster the proclamation of the truth in a secular society.
Learn more about being a lay Dominican at www.3op.org
Lay Dominicans at St. Mary's
The St. Mary's Chapter of the Dominican Laity meets once a month, usually on the second Sunday of the month, from noon to 4:00 PM in the Parish Hall. Meetings typically consist of the following:
12 Noon - 1PM Formation and Study
3-4PM Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, Rosary, Liturgy of the Hours, Benediction
If you are interested in becoming a member of the local chapter here at St. Mary's, please contact the parish staff.
Linda Kelly, President
Joan Cuomo, Vice President
Nancy Sisson, Treasurer
Richard Johnson, Secretary
Karolyn Smith, Formation Director
John Gallant and Keith Lombardo,
Office of Ministries