Dominican Nuns Ireland

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In our daily schedule we try to create a healthy balance between prayer and work, while always giving priority to the celebration of the liturgy, prayer, lectio divina and study. While depending on God’s Providential care, we try as far as possible to support ourselves – this allows us to share the common lot of most people, especially the poor.
The solemn Celebration of the liturgy is the heart of our whole life and the chief source of its unity. In the liturgy we not only hear the Word of God, but we celebrate it with thanksgiving.

During our hours of Adoration before the Blessed Sacrament we bring to the Lord the joys and sorrows, the hopes and fears of all our sisters and brothers from near and far.
To live together in unity and love is our most effective way of preaching the God who is Himself that unity and love in the Persons of the Holy Trinity.  READ MORE
Monastery of St Catherine of Siena
The Twenties,
Co. Louth,
A92 KR84

Charities Registration No: 20010300

Our vocation is a 'mystery', a gift of God, a call revealing itself only gradually - an irresistible attraction drawing us to the Lord, freeing our hearts from attachment to material things and enabling us to freely offer ourselves in love to the Lord. READ MORE

For us study is not simply an intellectual pursuit but an openness to truth wherever we encounter it and a willingness to be challenged and changed by it. It is the constant pondering of God’s Word in our hearts, like Mary, – always seeking to understand more fully our God Who is Love and Who reveals himself in so many ways... READ MORE
Child Safeguarding
The National Board for Safeguarding Children in the Catholic Church in Ireland (NBSCCCI)
completed and published their review of our Child Safeguarding Practice on Wednesday 2nd December 2015.
Their Report can be found here.
A copy of our child safeguarding policy is available here.
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