The Province of St. Joseph
The Province of St. Joseph, founded in 1805, is one of four Dominican provinces in the United States of America, extending from New England to Virginia to Ohio. It is also one of the fastest growing men’s religious communities in the United States, with nearly 70 men in formation. Our friars engage in a variety of ministries, including serving as professors, parish priests, hospital chaplains, itinerant preachers, and campus ministers.
The Dominican Friars Foundation
The Dominican Friars Foundation is the 501(c)(3) advancement arm of the Province of Saint Joseph. The Foundation unifies the various fundraising efforts that support the Province. Headquartered in New York City, its express purpose is to support the Dominican Friars of the Province of Saint Joseph, especially the aging friars who have fought the good fight and the young who are preparing for battle.
With the support of the Dominican Friars Foundation, the Friars work for the salvation of souls and the glory of God in parishes, hospitals, college campuses, and a variety of new evangelization apostolates.