The Adrian Dominican Sisters produce a number of print and electronic publications annually, as well as video recordings of special presentations. Below are some of our more recent publications.
And the Greatest of These is Love (2019-2020)
Sharing Faith and Life (2018-2019)
Hearts of Hope (2017-2018)
Counting Our Blessings (2016-2017)
Gratitude and Grace (2015-2016)
Your Generosity, Our Service (2014-2015)
Collaborating for the Common Good (2013-2014)
Development Newsletter - Your Generosity, Our Service
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February 2021 (pdf)
August 2020 (pdf)
February 2020 (pdf)
August 2019 (pdf)
February 2019 (pdf)
August 2018 (pdf)
February 2018 (pdf)
August 2017 (pdf)
February 2017 (pdf)
August 2016 (pdf)
Horizon 2030: Climate Change (pdf)
A guide to understanding climate change at this crucial time in history, including steps we can take to reduce our carbon footprint. Written by Elise García, OP.
Immigration: An Initiative for our Times (pdf)
A 52-page booklet, produced by the Adrian Dominican Justice Promoters, designed to walk people through a theological reflection on the issue of immigration in our times.
VOICES in Mission and Ministry
Published each summer, VOICES takes a deeper look at the Mission and Ministry of our Congregation. In light of the four Enactments adopted at the 2016 General Chapter, the 2017 issue of this publication provided a snapshot of how our Sisters, Associates, Sponsored Institutions, Ministry Trust grants, and community investments already are engaged in areas related to those Enactments. Subsequent issues of VOICES examine each Enactment at a deeper level. If you are within the U.S. and would like to receive the print version of VOICES, please send your request with your name and mailing address to our
Summer 2021 (online and pdf download)
This issue addresses racism and diversity as part of our 2016 General Chapter Enactment to "embrace and nurture our rich diversity" and "commit ourselves to deepening our relationships with one another..."
Summer 2020 - no issue due to pandemic
Summer 2019 (online and pdf download)
This issue focuses on our 2016 General Chapter Enactment that recognizes "our own spiritual longings and those of the world" as we commit to "deepen our spirituality and to engage with others in prayer and presence in order to witness to the mystery of God in our midst."
Summer 2018 (online & pdf download)
Focusing on our 2016 General Chapter Enactment that commits us to "sacrifice to mitigate significantly our impact on climate change and ecological degradation."
Summer 2017 (online & pdf download)
Snapshot as we begin living the Enactments of General Chapter 2016
Summer 2016 (pdf)
Our 800+ years of Dominican history through the lens and experience of Dominican women.
Summer 2015 (pdf)
“We commit to live simply and sustainably for the sake of the whole Earth community.” Commitment, General Chapter 2010
Summer 2014 (pdf)
“We commit to study worldviews and emerging theologies informed by science and our suffering world.” Commitment, General Chapter 2010
Summer 2013 (pdf)
“We commit to claim our moral authority to speak truth in Church and society in the spirit of Catherine of Siena.” Commitment, General Chapter 2010
Summer 2012 (pdf)
“We commit to open our hearts to the other and deepen our understanding of diverse cultures and beliefs.” Commitment, General Chapter 2010
Summer 2011 (pdf)
Rising Spirit: Impact of Vatican II on Adrian Dominican Sisters
Veritas is a monthly e-newsletter that gives readers a comprehensive view of the Mission and ministry of the Adrian Dominican Sisters. Here you'll find news about Sisters, our Sponsored Institutions, and their ministries while being inspired by the A Sister Reflects blog and informed of upcoming events at the Weber Retreat and Conference Center. Sign up here and please feel free to share this e-newsletter with others.
Published quarterly, the Permaculture electronic newsletter, Growing Awareness, features updates about the Adrian Dominican Sisters' permaculture site on the Motherhouse campus, along with educational write-ups on different species and permaculture best practices. Sign up here to receive Growing Awareness.