Committed to Truth, Compelled to Justice
Commitment to truth in the light of the Gospel compels us to consecrate whatever power we have, personally and as community, to sustain the fundamental right of every person to pursue the fullness of life and to share in the common good. Today such a stance demands an explicit solidarity – in prayer, struggle, suffering, and hope – with those who are oppressed . . . (Constitution - Article 8).
"Committed to Truth, Compelled to Justice" is the guiding principle for the rule of conduct and direction of the Racine Dominicans and all personal and sponsored ministries. Today, the Racine Dominicans have six sponsored ministries (501(c)(3) corporations):
Explore vowed membership, become an associate or join us in prayer – these are some of the ways to join in our mission. Another way to join the mission of the Racine Dominicans is to volunteer your time, professional services or through financial support.