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Hope after Abortion: an Interview with Fr. James Brent, O.P.

Fr. James Brent, O.P., leads retreats and administers the sacraments to participants in Project Rachel, a ministry to women who have had abortions and are seeking reconciliation with the Church. He also serves as chaplain for the US bishops’ nationwide Project Rachel efforts. BlackFriars sat down with Fr. James to discuss this important ministry.

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Fr. Sebastian White, O.P. on The Journey Home

Our very own, Fr. Sebastian White, O.P., appeared on EWTN’s The Journey Home to talk about his conversion to Roman Catholicism and his vocation as a Dominican Friar. Fr. Sebastian currently serves as editor-in-chief of Magnificat magazine.

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Protest and Pilgrimage: Report from the March for Life

This year the friars at the Dominican House of Studies and St. Dominic’s Priory and Parish continued our tradition of receiving some of the hundreds of thousands of pilgrims who come to Washington, D.C. for the annual March for Life. They came for two reasons: for protest and for pilgrimage.

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Ministering to Mothers in Crisis at a Pro-Life Pregnancy Center

“What is it we can continue to do throughout the year to really be that pro-life generation we chant about?”

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Effective Planning: A Conversation with David W. Burleigh, ESQ.

Effective Planning: A Conversation with David W. Burleigh, ESQ. David Burleigh is a lawyer with Buechner Haffer Meyers & Koenig Co., LPA, where he represents private business owners and their families in their business, family, and personal affairs. David also serves on the board of the Dominican Friars Foundation. Why do we need to plan

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First Things: Letter to an Aspiring Priest

For a Catholic young man who is fervent in his faith, it’s a normal and reasonable thing to think seriously about being a priest, and rightly so. The truth is, if you have a calling to the priesthood you should gladly embrace it, because it’s an extraordinary vocation. It’s sad that more young men don’t consider it seriously and accept the calling.

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Province Founds New Dominican Community in Philadelphia

At the invitation of Archbishop Charles Chaput, the Dominican Friars have established a new Dominican house in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. The four friars will serve the parish of St. Patrick in Philadelphia’s centrally located Rittenhouse Square neighborhood.

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St. John Paul II & the Dominican Friars

  St. John Paul II called the thought of the Dominican Friar St. Thomas Aquinas “one of the great philosophical revelations” of his life. He first wrestled with St. Thomas’ writings while studying for the priesthood in an underground seminary in Nazi-occupied Poland, claiming that the Dominican saint’s wise words “showed me a new approach

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A Family’s Devotion to Saint Jude

Providence College senior Kelli Jenney has been Dominican educated since kindergarten. She attended high school at St. Vincent Ferrer in Manhattan and is active in campus ministry at PC, where she assists the friars chaplains. We would like to share with you her family’s remarkable journey of faith.

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Altar Server Donates Radio Show Winnings to Dominican Student Brothers

These days it’s become common for families to travel far and wide for kid’s sporting events; but travel two hours each way to Church on Sunday? The Martin family does just that so 15-year-old Liam Martin can serve Mass at the Dominican parish of St. Patrick’s in Columbus, Ohio.

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