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April 5, 2024, Adrian, Michigan – Single Catholic women ages 19 to 25 are invited to a weekend of discernment for religious life and optional participation in a week of environmental service and learning.

During the discernment weekend – Saturday and Sunday, May 11-12, 2024 – participants gather at the Motherhouse of the Adrian Dominican Sisters to learn about discernment and the life of Dominican Sisters, spend time in prayer and contemplation, and meet and pray with Adrian Dominican Sisters. The discernment weekend is offered free of cost.

Participants in the discernment weekend are invited to extend their stay at the Motherhouse to spend the following week – Monday to Saturday, May 13-18, 2024 – learning and serving in the Environmental Leadership Experience. They join students and faculty members of Siena Heights University in Adrian and Barry University in Miami, Florida, for a week of environmental education, stewardship, and hands-on activities. The cost for the Environmental Leadership Experience is $250. Scholarships are available.

Reserve your space today by contacting Sister Tarianne DeYonker, OP, at tdeyonker@adriandominicans.org. Reservations are due by Friday, May 3, 2024.

A collection of three photos. On the far left is a woman dressed in white at mass, in the middle are several sunflowers growing in front of a brick building, and on the far right is a woman speaking at a pulpit.

April 1, 2024, Adrian, Michigan – Are you – or is someone you know – discerning whether God is calling you to vowed religious life or a lay association? The Adrian Dominican Sisters offer the opportunity to pray and share experiences with other seekers during their Learn, Pray, Share, Celebrate Weekend, beginning with lunch on Saturday, April 27, 2024, and concluding at 2:00 p.m. Sunday, April 28, 2024.
Learn, Pray, Share, Celebrate is open to women at least 19 years of age who are discerning a call to religious life and to women and men who are discerning lay association with the Adrian Dominican Congregation.
During the program, participants will discover the role that 14th-century Dominican mystic and reformer St. Catherine of Siena played in the Church of her day – and how they can follow her example to “set the world on fire” through service. The weekend includes the celebration of the Feast of St. Catherine of Siena with Adrian Dominican Sisters and Associates at common prayer and Eucharistic Liturgy and a visit with Sisters, other members of the Dominican Family, and people who are discerning a call for their lives.
Learn, Pray, Share, Celebrate is offered for free; you are our guests. The event is hosted at Weber Retreat and Conference Center, 1257 E. Siena Heights Drive, Adrian, Michigan, on the Adrian Dominican Sisters Motherhouse Campus. 
Register online at https://tinyurl.com/ADSDiscern. For more information, email Sister Katherine Frazier, OP, at kfrazier@adriandominicans.org or call the number on the flyer.



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