With this story about Gabrielius Edvinas Klimenka OP, Lay Dominican and theologian, the Vicariate of Lithuania, Latvia (Letonia) and Estonia is extending its hand towards deeper unity in the mission of preaching. They especially share this story with the Ukrainian and Russian Dominicans.
A chain of preachers of hope : A letter from UK Province to Vicariate Lithuania, Latvia (Letonia) and Estonia
The Province of the Lay Dominicans of England, Scotland & Wales share their story with their brothers and sisters in Lithuania, Latvia (Letonia) and Estonia by writing a letter.
The European Lay Dominicans are celebrating the 800-year Jubilee of the Order with a chain of preachers of hope. Here you will find two prayers from Ireland.
The European Council of Lay Dominican Fraternities writes to all Dominican sisters and brothers: May the Earth during Bethlehem’s night become silent before the ONE who is coming and who is Neum Adonai – the whisper of Lord, the Word of the Father.
The European Lay Dominicans are celebrating the 800-year Jubilee of the Order with a chain of preachers of hope. Here you will find the contribution from Elisabeth Vondrous from Vienna.
At the start of the 800-year Jubilee of the Dominican Order the renewed website of the European Council of Lay Dominicans (ECLDF) is launched. Be welcome!
The European Lay Dominicans are celebrating the 800-year Jubilee of the Order with a chain of preachers of hope. Here you will find the first contribution and it comes from the Nordic Vicariate Dacia (Sweden, Norway, Finland).
During the Jubilee Year of our Order and on the way to the next ECLDF Assembly from 4–8 October 2017 in Fatima (Portugal) we organize a kind of Lay Dominican chain of European preachers of hope.
During the weekend of 10 -12 July 2015, the second Provincial Chapter for Lay Dominican Fraternities in the Province of St. Albert the Great of Southern Germany and Austria convened for its constituent meeting in in Augsburg. A report from Gabriele Neu-Yilik and Arnaud Kientz.
The Lay Dominicans of the UK had an Assembly on 4th July 2015 in the Dominican Priory, Leicester. For the second time it was an Assembly ‘new style’: only one day with a good guest speaker and less talking about council subjects. The ECLDF was invited to be present at this Assembly. Leny Beemer- de Vos, president of the ECLDF, came for this meeting to Leicester.