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Building a future on an 800-year-old tradition, we invite you to join these women who proclaim the reign of God alive and growing in our world today.

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The Adrian Dominican Sisters are a Congregation of more than 1,000 vowed members and associates whose roots go back to St. Dominic in the 13th century. Together we continue the Dominican tradition of preaching sustained through prayer, study, community and ministry.

Basilia de la Cruz, OP, Temporary Professed, San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic Rosa Reyes, OP, Haina, Dominican Republic Heather Stiverson, OP, Temporary Professed, Wilmette, Illinois Sister Janice Brown, Temporary Professed, Detroit, Michigan Raphaela Lee, OP, Temporary Professed, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan Sister Elise Garcia, Canonical Novice, St. Louis, Missouri Sister Cyrilla Kranz, OP, 1878-1962 Mother Camilla Madden, Provincial of St. Joseph Province, 1892-1923; First Prioress of the Congregation, 1923-1924 Sister Jackie Stoll, Second-year Novice, Anchorage, Alaska Cindy Broderick, OP, Temporary Professed, Wilmette, Illinois Sister Mary Jones, Second-year Novice, Wilmette, Illinois Nery Sori, OP, Grayson, Kentucky St. Dominic, Founder of the Order Carolyn Roeber, OP, Berkeley, California