Chers frères, chères sœurs, Je vous envoie ici la mise au concours de la chaire de théologie dogmatique (langue française) à la Faculté de Fribourg, Suisse. La spécialisation demandée pour cette chaire c’est: théologie des sacrements et ecclésiologie (c’est-à-dire au moins l’un de ces deux domaines). Les dossiers de candidature doivent être envoyés au doyen…
A first step into Lent
Moving pictures helping you to move into lent. Enjoy this first contribution of our lentseries.
The mandate of Br. Rui Carlos Antunes e Almeida Lopes as Promoter General of the Laity has ended. On October 9th in a video message Br. Rui said goodbye to all Lay Dominicans.
The International Dominican Commission for Justice and Peace (IDCJP) recently held its annual meeting at the Casa per Ferie Enrico de Osso in Rome, 12-17 October. Fr. Mike Deeb reports in English, French and Spanish!
As in 2017 and 2018 there will be a Dominican Month for Peace during the period of the Advent 2019. While we are all waiting for the celebration of the mystery of the incarnation of the Prince of Peace, our focus will be on peace in lndia.
This novena on the occasion of the extraordinary missionary month is created to give the lay Dominicans in Europe the chance to perceive missionary projects of the order of preachers. These projects are run or supported by our lay Dominican brothers and sisters. As a novena it is also the chance to pray for more…
French version, Spanish version & Video below. The European Council of Lay Dominican Fraternities (ECLDF) met from 24 to 31 July at the Convent of St. Catherine of Alexandria in Split (Croatia). Croatia was chosen because of our desire to make contact with lay Dominicans there, who have started the process of creating a formal…
This advent the European Lay Dominicans share a common European Advent calendar. In this way the various experiences of Advent and Christmas celebrations all over Europe will be shared. We celebrate the fourth and last Sunday of Advent!
In October 2018 the Third International Congress of Lay Dominican Fraternities was held in Fatima, Portugal. The theme of this Congress: “Our Future: Justice, Peace and Care of Creation” and it was held in an atmosphere of fruitful discussions, fraternal exchange and collaboration.
Ravaged by years of war and political instability, the Democratic Republic of Congo is today one of the poorest countries in the world. There is a striking contrast between this poverty and the immense wealth the country possesses.