European Lay Dominicans celebrate 800-year Jubilee of the order. And how are they doing that? In this Newsletter from the Council you can read all about it!
For each day of the Jubilee Year of the Order, that is November 7 2015 – January 21 2017, there is a lectio divina on the Order’s website (www.op.org). This lectio divina is prepared by friars, sisters and lay Dominicans all over the world.
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.
In the dawn of the 800-year Jubilee of the Order, the Fraternity of St. Catherine of Alexandria in Sofia, Bulgaria, celebrates its own little jubilee – 10 years since its approval by the Master of Order, Br. Carlos Aspiroz Costa OP.
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).
On November 7th the 800-year Jubilee of the Dominican Order began. This was celebrated not only in Santa Sabina in Rome, but also in many places around the world. A report from Malta.
The Dominican school of philosophy & theology (DSPT) organizes on November 17 an event on new perspectives on early Lay Dominicans. It gives a changing understanding of the black penitents and Dominican Third Order in the Middle Ages. This event is free and open to all via Livestream and starts at 7:30 pm. Gather your fraternity to celebrate the 800th Jubilee by watching this event live. You can participate in the conversation via Livestream chat.