What We Believe

At the Dominican Episcopal Foundation, we believe in the Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit. We follow the teachings of Jesus Christ who was saved the world with his life, death, and resurrection.

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Our Mission

Our mission is to engage the culture which can be done through a number of ways including chaplaincy, campus ministry, outreach, evangelization, and confraternity.

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Locations

Our Dominican friars engage in four primary ministries: preaching the Word through various forms of evangelization; teaching and scholarship; parochial service; and foreign missionary work.

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Latest Articles

Hair Care and Beauty

Thing You Need to Know About Dominican Hair Care and Beauty

A sociologist has found that most women of the Republic of Dominican spend up to 30 percent of their salaries on best drugstore contour powder, beauty products and regimens. They visit salons far more frequently than any other female population in the United States. They are popular for their Dominican hair, which is exquisitely ethnic.
Dominican hair treatment involves special or customized ingredients as well as the process of treatments to meet the perfect look. Although Dominican women and men alike are …

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Meditation Garden

Tips for Designing a Sacred Meditation Garden

Sacred meditation gardens are serene place where you can meditate same as the grow lights for weed, but you can do more than just that. These are places that allow you to have solitude with your soul. Also, in here you can pray, communicate to the universe or spirit realm, or even do spells based on your desires.
An outdoor sacred garden is highly recommended because it enables you to be connected to nature as well as disconnects you away from social media, television, and even your family. In fact, the…

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Church Teachings About Numerology

Church Teachings About Numerology

The Church has been faithfully using the Bible as its reference in their teachings and way of life. Experts say, It has filtered out mythical interpretations, superstitions, and even horoscopes of any kind. Numerology, the usage of numbers to determine one’s path or destiny, is definitely included on the forbidden list.
Church’s Point of View
The Church has always set on the minds of the followers that only God alone knows our fate. Therefore, any form conducted only by humans and with the non-living …

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Offering Spiritual Help to Mothers in the Northwest Center

For over two decades, the Dominican House of Studies has worked hand in hand with the Northwest Center, a pregnancy center in Washington, DC, by assigning student brothers to help women in crisis and promote their dignity and respect for human life by way of Catholic teaching.
Br. Frassati Davis, who is currently assigned at the center to study for priesthood and practice Spanish, mentioned that enrolling himself in a ministry where he can listen to what other people have to say, and even listen to some of them speak in another language, is indeed humbling.
Among his…

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The Dominicans and their Mission to Bring Back Orthodoxy to the Elite Universities

A 2017 survey conducted by the Pew Research Centre has shown millennials tend to lend more on the Democratic side as compared to being a Republican. More so, a 2016 poll found out that 64% of them live by the Marxian mantra. It seems that the religious side of Americans is currently getting lost, with a heavy emphasis on university campuses.
Christians seem to be having a hard time dealing with this crisis. To somehow confront this issue, various bodies implemented their own take on securing religious liberty, such as the Evangelical Right created political alliances with a…

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A Look at the New Dominican Ministry at St. Patrick, Philadelphia

Back on July 1, 2018, the Dominican Friars of St. Joseph began to take over the ministry at St. Patrick Parish, another province located in Philadelphia. This has been under Archbishop Charles Chaput’s invitation, promoting the Dominican Friars to establish a new Dominican community under Philadelphia’s Archdiocese.
The ministry, which is currently served by four friars namely Fr. George Schommer, Fr. Timothy Danaher, Fr. Giles Dimock, and Fr. Edmund McCullough, brought with them their Dominican charism, love of the Lord, and their love of the liturgy.
More than …

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