Many of our sisters are currently retired and working in part-time ministries. However, we have a long history of teaching, nursing, and ministering throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. These stories catalogue our history of hope and our legacy of service —be sure to let us know if you spot a sister who served you in the past!
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Sister Delphine Croft, OP (Sister Marie Michael) of the Dominican Sisters of Hope, died Jan 21, 2022 in Hackensack Meridian Nursing and Rehabilitation Center at Manor by the Sea in Ocean Grove, NJ. She was 90 years of age.
Hope always finds a way! The Hope Family shared love, appreciation, and blessings with Sr Anne Stephen Hajducek today in celebration of her 105th birthday. Since the pandemic precluded an in-person party, about 60 of us Zoomed in to her at St. Catherine's Convent in...
The Leadership of the Dominican Sisters of Hope as members of LCWR support this statement from the Leadership Conference Women of Religious and the National Black Sisters’ Conference. "The vote is the most powerful instrument ever devised by human beings for breaking...
Prayer is an important part of mission and ministry, and whether sisters or staff, we're all called to pray for one another. As a Hope Family, we’re especially called to pray for those who entrust us with their prayer intentions. In 2021 we received more than 3,000...
Dominican Sister of Hope Connie Kelly, OP reflects on the beauty of Dominic’s last will and testament.
Dominican Sister of Hope Margaret Foster, OP reflects on Dominic’s charism of charity and compassion as it applies to today’s world.
Dominican Sister of Hope Mary Ann Clausson, OP reflects on Dominic’s preaching through France and through his life.
With deep gratitude to both our excellent search committee and the diligent assistance of our Human Resources department, we are delighted to share that Carl Procario-Foley, PhD, has accepted the position of Executive Director for the Center at Mariandale. Carl comes...
Dominican Sister of Hope Pat Jelly, OP reflects on Dominic’s commitment to and search for truth.
Gina Ciliberto reflects on Dominic’s itinerancy not just as a physical mode, but as a spiritual way of being.