Dominican Sisters of Houston
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The Dominican Sisters of Houston is a Catholic community of women whose mission is "to publicly commit ourselves to study and address the crucial justice issues of our times." The sisters' active ministries include teaching and school administration, prayer, campus ministry, parish ministry and others.


Thank you for considering a gift to the Dominican Sisters of Houston!  A gift to our Partners in Mission Annual Fund Campaign supports our active ministries in teaching and school administration, social work, justice advocacy, and campus and parish ministry.  Annual Fund gifts also help care for our retired sisters who have lived their lives in service to others.  Gifts to our Guatemalan mission school help make certain that our impoverished students receive a good Catholic education.  We are so grateful to our wonderful donors who give annually. Every gift makes a difference and ensures the success of our mission.  Thank you for supporting the Dominican Sisters of Houston.  May God bless you, heal you and fill you with light. 

Please go to the Giving Tab at the top of the page for ways to donate.

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Cardinal Daniel DiNardo celebrates Eucharist with the Dominican Sisters of Houston

During this year of Celebration of Consecrated Life, Cardinal DiNardo has been visiting the motherhouses of women religious in the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston. [More]

This Forgotten Day in Texas History
Mother Mary Agnes Magevney

Texas’ Largest Private School System Begins – This Forgotten Day in Houston - Bayou City History The link takes you to an article and video about Sister Mary Agnes Magevney, foundress of the Dominican Congregation of the Sacred Heart in Houston.


Sister Mary Kay Bailey, OP
August 4, 1937 + May 17, 2015

Sister Mary Kay Bailey, OP passed away Sunday evening, May 17, 2015. [More]

Summer Camp 2015
June 28, 2015-July 4, 2015
Summer Camp 2015 is sponsored by the Dominican Sisters of Houston to be held at The Circle Lake camp site in Pinehurst, Texas. [More]

National Human Trafficking Awareness Month

January is National Human Trafficking Awareness month.  “The essence of human trafficking is in its force, fraud and/or coercion of vulnerable people. [More]

National Migration Week
We Are One Family Under God
“We Are One Family Under God” is the theme for this year’s National Migration Week-January 4-10. [More]


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