• Responding To the Needs of our Brothers and Sisters
    by David on November 2, 2018 at 5:02 pm

    The bus“Be who God meant you to be and you will set the world on fire” (St. Catherine of Siena).Our Dominican Volunteers USA Mission Statement calls us to “respond to the needs of our brothers and sisters especially those who are poor and marginalized.” In our most recent blog post, Dominican Sister Bernadine Karge OP shares that one of the ways she responds to this call […]

  • Life as a Dominican Volunteer in Redwood City, California
    by David on October 26, 2018 at 4:32 pm

    DV Elizabeth BroussadHello friends, family, and Dominican community,Impossible as it may be, it is the beginning of my eleventh week here in Redwood City, California. I have thoroughly enjoyed my time and work here so far, and know I will continue to do so. While I have had the chance to talk to a few of you about my volunteer work and my life here on the West Coast, many of you may still be […]

  • A Dominican Wedding
    by David on October 17, 2018 at 3:42 pm

    In our latest blog post, DV Kelly Litt (2014 -2015) shares some wedding news! Kelly Litt with husband Justin ParrettMy name is Kelly Litt and I served as a Dominican Volunteer from 2014-2015 in New York City. I ministered with the Dominican Leadership Conference NGO to the United Nations and had the privilege to learn from and work with the incredible Margaret Mayce, OP. My time at the United […]

  • "Act justly, love tenderly, and walk humbly with God"
    by David on October 5, 2018 at 5:45 pm

    In our latest blog post, we talk to Sister Pat Stringer, a Caldwell Dominican Sister from Caldwell New Jersey. Sister Pat was recently appointed to the DVUSA Corporate Board and reflects on the significance  of DVUSA and the ministries that have shaped her own  Dominican journey.Thank you for your Dominican witness, Sister Pat! Sister Pat Stringer1. Give us some background. How […]

  • Communities, Both Big and Small
    by David on September 24, 2018 at 3:30 pm

    Our latest blog post comes from Dominican Volunteer. Jake is a member of the House of Connections community in Chicago and reflects on his communities, both near and far.Thank your for your service Jake.DV Jake Moran"Sometimes if you don’t take the time to sit down and reflect on life and experience, it seems that there’s nothing to say about it, nothing noteworthy about what has […]