Saint Louis Dominican Laity

Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Fraternity
Welcome to the official website of the Dominican Laity for the St. Louis area. For over 800 years, the Dominicans have striven to carry out the spirit of the Order as set out by our founder, St. Dominic: To Praise, To Bless, To Preach. We hope that our website may help you learn about our Order, and most importantly, about Our Lord, Jesus Christ.


About Us


Our next meeting is November 13 , 2022 at 2:00 PM at the Priory . Hope you can join us. All are welcome. 


Our Chapter Member, Jim Pomeroy, has written a wonderful book, Living as Long as I Can as Well as I Can. Here’s the link to purchase it:



Zoom rosaries are suspended for summer, see you in September! 


Frassati Hikes

 details to come

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. Their bookstore has a wonderful set of books written by Sr. Mary Baruch, who not only converted to Catholicism from Judaism, but entered religious life to pursue a life of perfection and holiness with our Lord. You may find her books here!

“I am espoused to Him whom the angels serve; sun and moon stand in wonder at His beauty.” — Antiphon from Lauds for the feast of St. Agnes

Up and Coming Events:

8-11-22 10 am ~ The Master of The Order, Fr. Gerard Timoner III, OP will celebrate the Mass of Solemn Profession at St. Vincent Ferrer Church, River Forest, IL.

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? iBreviary 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!

Useful Links:

Pints with Aquinas:

Dominican Rosary: Download

Main webpage for the Dominican Order:

Friars, Central Province website:

List of Indulgences for Lay Dominicans: Download

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