Dominican Order
The Order of Preachers (Latin: Ordo Praedicatorum, hence the abbreviation OP used by members), more commonly known after the 15th century as the Dominican Order or Dominicans, is a Roman Catholic ...
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Catholic spirituality
Catholic spirituality is the spiritual practice of living out a personal act of faith (fides qua creditur) following the acceptance of faith (fides quae creditur). Although all Catholics are expected ...
Dominican Church, Vienna
The Dominican Church (German: Dominikanerkirche), also known as the Church of St. Maria Rotunda, is an early Baroque parish church and minor basilica in the historic center of Vienna, Austria. It ...
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Dominican Sisters of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin
The Dominican Sisters of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin (Catalan: Congregació de les Germanes Dominiques de l'Anunciata, Spanish: Religiosas Dominicanas de la Anunciata, acronym D.A.) ...
Anna Borkowska (Sister Bertranda)
Anna Borkowska (at that time called Mother Bertranda, O.P.; 1900 –1988), was a Polish cloistered Dominican nun who served as the prioress of her monastery in Kolonia Wileńska, near Wilno, Poland (now ...
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Osanna of Cattaro
Blessed Osanna of Cattaro T.O.S.D. (Serbo-Croatian: Ozana Kotorska) was a Catholic visionary and anchoress from Cattaro (Kotor). She was a teenage convert from Orthodoxy of Serbian descent from M...
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Yolanda of Vianden
Mother Yolanda (or Yolande, Iolanda) of Vianden, O.P., (1231–1283) was the youngest daughter of Count Henry I of Vianden and Margaret, Marchioness of Namur. She joined the Dominican monastery in Marie...
Juliana Morell
Juliana Morell (16 February 1594 – 26 June 1653) was a Spanish Dominican nun, and the first woman to receive a Doctor of Laws degree.
Morella was born at Barcelona and was left motherless when ver...
Christina Ebner
Sister Christina Ebner, O.P., (also Christine), (26 March 1277 – 27 December 1356) was a German Dominican nun, writer and mystic.
Ebner was born in the Imperial City of Nuremberg, the child of the...
Elizabeth of Töss
Elizabeth of Hungary (1292 – 31 October 1336 or 6 May 1338; also known as Blessed Elizabeth of Töss, O.P.), was a Hungarian princess and the last member of the House of Árpád. A Dominican nun, Elizabe...
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Anglican Order of Preachers
The Anglican Order of Preachers is an Anglican religious order commonly referred to as "Dominicans". The order was founded in the late 1990s by the Reverend Jeffery Mackey O.P.A. in the United States...
Croatian Dominican Province
The Croatian Dominican Province of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Croatian: Hrvatska dominikanska provincija Navještenja Blažene Djevice Marije) is a province of the Dominican Order,...
Mary of Jesus de León y Delgado
The Servant of God, Mary of Jesus de León y Delgado, O.P. (Spanish: Sor María de Jesús) was a Spanish Dominican lay Sister, mystic and visionary, known popularly as "La Siervita" (the Little Serva...
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The Lives of the Brethren
The Lives of the Brethren (Latin: ''Vitae Fratrum'') is an early account of the first members of the Order of Preachers, also known as the Dominicans. Vitae Fratrum is potentially confusing as the...
Rose Whitty
Mother Rose Whitty, O.P., (November 24, 1831-May 4, 1911) was an Irish Religious Sister and foundress of convents. She was a native of Dublin. Of her two sisters one became a Religious of the Sacred H...
Corpus Domini (Venice)
The Church of Corpus Domini in Venice was founded as a convent for Dominican nuns in 1394 under the patronage of John Dominici. It stood on the north side of the Grand Canal on the easternmost point w...
Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia
The Congregation of St. Cecilia, commonly known as the Nashville Dominicans, is a religious institute within the Latin Church of the Catholic Church located in Nashville, Tennessee. It is a member of ...
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Black Fast
The Black Fast is a severe form of Catholic fasting. It is the most rigorous in the history of church legislation and is marked by austerity regarding the quantity and quality of food permitted on fas...
Congregation of the Dominican Sisters of St. Catherine of Siena
The Congregation of the Dominican Sisters of St. Catherine of Siena is a Dominican congregation in the Philippines under the patronage of St. Catherine of Siena. It was founded by Fr. Juan de Sto. Dom...
Lea Ráskay
Lea Ráskay, O.P., (early 16th century, sometimes also spelled Ráskai, [ˈleɒ ˈraːʃkɒi]) was a Hungarian nun and scholar of the 16th century.
Ráskay was likely a descendant of that old Hungarian ari...
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San Giacomo Apostolo, Forlì
The Dominican Church of San Giacomo Apostolo is a late medieval church in Forlì, Italy.Built during the 13th century in the southern part of the town, it hosted friars of the Dominican Order, hence i...
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