About Dominican Center Marywood at Aquinas College

Explore and Be Transformed

Dominican Center Marywood at Aquinas College embodies Grand Rapids ~ Dominican Sisters’ expression of welcome and invitation to share in the essential elements of Dominican Life: prayerstudy, community, and ministry.

Visit our Blog and discover spirituality practices and shared wisdom.

We are blessed to be present for one another. 

Easy to Find. Free and Convenient Parking.

1700 Fulton Street East, Grand Rapids, MI 49506-1799
contact us  616.514.3325   programs@dominicancenter.come

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Learn and Pray With Us

Dominican Center Marywood at Aquinas College intentionally cultivates an environment of stillness — a space where you can listen, a place where you can simply be. We invite those who want to encounter one another through authentic experiences of prayer, reflection, and study, and to take part in relationship and community building.

When You Change, Everything Changes

Would you like to deepen your understanding of Jesus' teachings — and the messages of other prophets of goodwill? Through their words and experiences, open your heart to more deeply understand concepts of love, compassion, mercy, forgiveness, and more in the context of society today. Our transformative programs and retreats are a place to begin to understand the interconnectedness of all things.

Dominican Center Marywood ~ A Heart Center For Those of All Faith and Walks of Life

Our spirituality center was established by the Dominican Sisters ~ Grand Rapids to provide a place where people from all faiths and walks of life can learn from others who walked before them — as well as walk with others on the journey today.

Dominican Center is a ministry of hope. We affirm the need for collaboration and community so all may flourish.

Known as the Order of Preachers, Dominicans follow in the footsteps of patrons St. Dominic and St. Catherine of Siena who spoke and lived the Word of God. They are among many women and men of history whose ideas, values, beliefs, and manner of living during their time and place in history changed humanity. These spiritual giants courageously questioned justice and systemic thinking and behaviors, and in doing so, changed history.