Dominican Sisters Head to San Francisco

The online edition of Catholic San Francisco published an edifying story this past week on the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist, who are sending four sisters this fall to Marin Catholic High School, located just north of the Golden Gate Bridge in the Archdiocese of San Francisco.

The sisters will there not only to teach, but also to assist with the student clubs, campus ministry, and retreat program, thereby reinforcing the school’s Catholic identity, which includes daily Mass at 7:30 a.m. for the students.

This is the young community’s second foray into Northern California. Last fall they began teaching at Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary School in the Diocese of Sacramento, at the invitation of Bishop Jaime Soto.

2 thoughts on “Dominican Sisters Head to San Francisco”

  1. I sure wish these Sisters would come to Upstate New York! Why do the other parts of the country get them and we here in the East get left out?

  2. This is great news because these wonderful nuns carry Christ with them everywhere they go. How blessed those students at Marin Catholic High are! I wish we had the Dominicans in every school.

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