June 24–29, 2016



Do you want to be part of something bigger than your own circle? Do you want to be a part of what could be the most memorable weekend of your life? Do you want to know more about being Dominican? Do you want to meet new friends and learn about being a follower of St. Dominic? Then be a part of the Dominican High Schools Preaching Conference!

Dominicans share their faith by preaching. We preach through words, arts, music and action. We preach not only by what we say and how we live, but also by who we are. Dominicans have been practicing the art of preaching for over 800 years with their founder St. Dominic.

Learn how to be a Dominican preacher! Meet other students, put faith into action and have fun! Join us for the Dominican High Schools Preaching Conference!

Come experience Dominic's dream; and our dream. It's fun, challenging and will change your life. Make the world a better place through your preaching!

Learn about what students do as a result of this experience: 2015 School Action Plans

What happens?

  • Enjoy life with a community of new friends
  • Explore preaching in art, music, dance and drama
  • Reflect on the "Signs of the Times"
  • Discover how we preach the Gospel message in our own unique way
  • Learn about the origins and mission of the Dominicans (Order of Preachers)
  • Pray and share faith
  • Put our preaching into action

For more information, contact
Sr. Mary Soher, OP, Director
Dominican High Schools Preaching Conference

Click here for information about the 2016 conference

Mission Statement

The Dominican High Schools Preaching Conference empowers high school students to discover
and deepen the preacher within themselves
through prayer, study, community and interaction
with members of the Dominican Family.




DominicFor more information, contact Mary Soher, OP, Director
Dominican High School Preaching Conference

To learn more about the world wide Dominican Family, visit DomLife.org.
Since the time of St Dominic, more than 800 years ago,
Dominicans have been living and sharing the message of the Gospel.
Today thousands of sisters, nuns, priests, brothers,
associates, and laity serve in more than 100 countries around the globe.