Saint Louis Dominican LaityQueen of the Most Holy Rosary Chapter
Our next meeting is on August 2nd, at 3:00 PM at St. Dominic Priory (3407 Lafayette Ave, St. Louis, MO 63104).
- Fellowship: 2:30 – 3:00
- Formation: 3:00 – 3:45
- Study and Rosary: 3:45 – 4:45
We hope to see you there!
We are currently studying “Catherine of Sienna: Doctor of the Church” written by Giacinto D’Urso O.P. A copy can be found here on Amazon:
Visit En Route Books and Media and WCAT Radio – a publishing house and a radio station founded by a Lay Dominican with the intellectual, human, spiritual and pastoral formation of our Dominican family in mind. En Route Books and Media has published over 120 Catholic books since 2014, and WCAT Radio has produced over five thousand hours of programming since 2016. Make the time to read a book or listen to a radio series promoting our Catholic faith! – Dr. Sebastian Mahfood, OP, Publisher and Producer
We’d like to thank The Association of Hebrew Catholics for not only sponsoring this website, but also for their dedication to spreading the Good News that the Messiah has come and brought about His New Covenant for all. Starting on March 8th, they will be hosting a lecture series lead by Dr. Lawrence Feingold called “The Sacramental Economy”, which will go over the Jewish roots of our Catholic Sacraments. Click here to sign up and read more about them!
“Do not think that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets. I am not come to destroy, but to fulfill.” — Matthew 5:17, Douay-Rheims Translation
As Lay Dominicans, we are required to pray morning and evening prayer from the Liturgy of the Hours. Want to see what the Office is all about, or are you without your breviary? Universalis is a great site to guide you through how and what to pray on a given day.
The brothers of St. Dominic Priory have a website with excellent information on Mass and Adoration times, along with life a religious Dominican. If you’re interested, please visit their site!
Are you thinking about pursuing a formal degree in theology in a Thomistic environment? Please consider the Aquinas Institute of Theology, where the brothers of the St. Dominic Priory (and some of our own lay members) go for their studies!