The St. Catherine of Siena Center of Dominican University examines critical issues of church and society in light of faith and scholarship. 

2020–2021 Season: Compassion Across Distance – Caring for Our Sacred and Interconnected Community

Upcoming Events

California Dominicans and the Sanctuary Movement

Join history professor Dr. Cynthia Taylor, and IBEW Organizer Eileen Pierce for a conversation about their research into the history of Dominican Sisters’ involvement in the sanctuary movement in California.

Presented Online
March 16 | 9:00pm
Free; suggested $10 donation
Dominican Contemplative Life, Ever Ancient, Ever New

Join Sr. Cecilia Murray, historian of American religious history and Dominican Sister of Hope, to discuss the Dominican response to the American longing for contemplative life.

Presented Online
March 18 | 6:00pm
Free; suggested $10 donation
Sr. Diane Kennedy, OP Lecture

Dominican priest, Donald Goergen, will discuss the life of St. Dominic and the connection to the Order of Preachers passion for truth throughout history and today.

Presented Online
March 24 | 5:00pm
Free; suggested $10 donation

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