Dominican Center is a Heart Center
The Lenten season invites us to reflect and reaffirm our commitment to be consciously divine changemakers in this Body of Christ.
Thomas Merton wrote, "We do not find the meaning of life alone, we find it with another."
"I imagine how this message might influence how I enter into Lent," writes Mindy Hills in a new post on our blog. "I accept it as an invitation to consider the Dominican value of 'Community' and a time to contemplate what hospitality and stewardship of our world looks like, here, at Dominican Center Marywood at Aquinas College."
In an expansive view, consider: How might we live out our Baptismal promises to steward humanity in ways that are good, and aligned with God’s desires for a just world?
“Let each of you look not only to his own interests, but also to the interests of others” ~ Philippians 2:4
Grow. Learn. Explore. Be.
At Dominican Center, people come to explore the interconnectedness of Creation and humanity and the boundlessness of God’s love. Allow yourself to be transformed wholly and holy. Come inside.
"Spirituality is, ultimately, about what we do with desire. What we do with our longings, both in terms of handling the pain and the hope they bring us...”
~ Ronald Rolheiser, The Holy Longing, The Search for a Christian Spirituality
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