Mission and Ministry

Rooted in the Catholic Dominican traditions and committed to promoting the mission of Dominican University, Mission and Ministry seeks to foster a relationship-centered community of faith marked by prayer, contemplative study, pastoral concern and commitment to justice.

Mission Integration

The promoter of mission integration provides programs that develop an appreciation of mission in light of the Catholic and Dominican traditions of the university. Through these programs mission integration supports and promotes the Dominican ideas of community, study, prayer and service.

Siena Center

The St. Catherine of Siena Center was established to bring faith and scholarship to the critical issues of church and society for the benefit of the university community, professional ministers and the wider community of faith. It is dedicated to examining and furthering the role of the Christian in today’s world.

The center addresses these issues in a variety of ways, including lectures, symposia, conferences, workshops, retreats and research and discussion groups. Events are scheduled in harmony with the Church’s calendar and the Dominican heritage of the university.

Mass Schedule

Rosary Chapel

Sunday, 7:00 p.m. (when school is in session)

Monday through Saturday 5:00pm

Mass schedule is subject to change. Check Campus News for current schedule.

The sacrament of reconciliation is available by appointment and through communal seasonal celebrations.

University Ministry

University Ministry Center

Lewis Hall, Room 216

Phone: (708) 488-5481

www.dom.edu/ministry

Ministry@dom.edu

Rooted in the four pillars of Dominican life: prayer, study, service and community, University Ministry provides opportunities to grow more deeply in relationship with God, learn more about the Catholic faith and other faith traditions live the Gospel values of service and justice and participate in a welcoming university community inspired by the Sinsinawa Dominican charism. All students are invited to enrich their Dominican experience by participating in University Ministry programs, liturgies, retreats, leadership, interfaith dialogue, social justice and service opportunities, and ongoing conversation about faith in our lives and in the world. Students of all faith traditions and cultures are welcome.