Welcome to the web portal of the Dominican Missionary Sisters of the Rosary

Full of joy we invite you to visit our new web portal, let’s share the good news with our contacts and invite them to be part of this great family! For us this is an opportunity, an open window for continuing our mission to those who surf the net. The beautiful and diversified presences we have in the world are worth communicating them. Every action, even the smallest one isRead More...

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Leadership and context

Christ encouraged us with an example of limitless sacrifice. This testimony may seem to be resignified in our current context. Our leaderships require to pay attention to basic needs such as listening, welcoming, service and merciful gaze. It is vital to irradiate a humanizing leadership in the middle of these social, values and health crisis.The evangelizing exercise of attending with dedication and disposition to our children underlines not only aRead More...

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Prayer in times of coronavirus

Father and Mother of all creationGod of mercy and compassionToday your daughters and sons, who you have tattooed on the palm your hands,Cry out to you, from our fragilityFrom this deep via crucis we are suffering as humanity Give strength and protection to all health care workers who expose their lives to save the lives of others.Give intelligence and wisdom to all the scientists who are working on to find aRead More...

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One thing, everything there is in the now of time

Everyone desires to live a life at its best. How we define “best” has something to do with what we have in our hearts and to seek every possibility to fulfill it. Just as what we desire and how we seek to fulfill them is marked both by our uniqueness and character. In this land of the living that we all share, we dare to care and to get connected withRead More...

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Moments of joy in the community

Our communities must be joy communities This is a day for renewing the vows of one of our young professed in Notre Dame du Rosaire community in Yaundé, Cameroon. We believe in religious life, we believe that our convents are places of prayers and pity only, of sacrifices for resembling Christ’s suffering, places where we should resolve conflicts and our differences, which usually put us under tension, places where weRead More...

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First vows’ celabration in Batcham, Cameroon

We lived an awesome experience during Sister Edith Verdiane Djuidje’s first vow profession. It was very moving and touching as it was the first time that temporary vows took place in Cameroon, especially in Batcham, a land known for being very attached to its traditions and not much to the Christian culture. What excited me most is that the ceremony was all organized by the Batcham community, the community inRead More...

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Founders

MOTHER ASCENCION NICOL GOÑI

A woman who left behind her land and securities

“I felt no great enthusiasm…but an irresistible strength that led me to offer myself…”

Ascencion Nicol was forty-five years old when she embraced the missionary challenge proposed by Monsignor Zubieta of going to the Peruvian jungle and being able to contribute her gifts and extensive experience in favor of the education and formation of girls and women from the jungle. The context she will face would be totally different to the school of Huesca. However, her deep fidelity, her restless and attentive spirit to what god wanted for her pushed her to offer her life to the cause of the kingdom.

MONSIGNOR RAMON ZUBIETA

Missionary in the Philippines

 “Woe to me if I do not preach the gospel!”

Ramon Zubieta, who was eager to preach, lived his first missionary experience in the Philippines. He is an open missionary, who combines faith and human promotion, wishes to embody himself and to know the culture of the communities which he must confront. He learns their languages and customs and spends a lot of time speaking to them. He promotes health, education and improvement in farming.

Due to the independency movements within the region, he was taking as prisoner along with other companions suffering from starvation and torture, but finally he is released.

“The soul that it offers itself as a victim is as if it was telling god: Here I am to comply your will; here I am to suffer, to love, to immolate myself, to keep quiet, to not wish anything that is out of you”

Mother Ascencion Nicol Goñi