June 26–July 1, 2015

Conference Overview

Goals of the Conference

  1. The participants will explore the significance and meaning of the Word in their lives.
  2. The participants will be introduced to the foundations and characteristics of Dominican preaching.
  3. The participants will be actively engaged in prayer and preaching events that will model creative ways to make preaching a living dynamic in their daily lives.
  4. By recognizing how they preach in their own daily lives, the participants will then empower others to preach.

Agenda Overview  (detailed agenda upon arrival)

This Year’s Meeting

The conference will begin on Friday, June 26.
Registration will be from 2 to 5 p.m. followed by dinner, introduction of schools, and opening ritual.

Each morning will begin with prayer and preaching. Each day will close with shared reflection and prayer. Our commissioning Eucharist will be celebrated on Wednesday, July 1.

  • Saturday, June 27:“Preaching in the Dominican Tradition”
  • Sunday, June 28: “Preaching the Signs of Our Times”
  • Monday, June 29: “Dominican Preaching In Action”
  • Tuesday, June 30: “Preaching Through the Creative Arts”
  • Wednesday, July 1: “Our Call to Preach the Good News”

The conference will conclude after lunch (1 p.m.)
on Wednesday, July 1.

Registration Materials:

News articles from past conferences

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High school students gather for preaching conference

Nearly 100 students participate in 14th annual conference
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DominicFor more information, contact Mary Soher, OP, Director
Dominican High School Preaching Conference

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