Dominican Sisters of Hawthorne

Rose Hawthorne said "Yes" to Christ in caring for the poor afflicted with incurable cancer.  During her time, cancer was thought to be contagious and people where left to die alone with little or no care.  She saw Christ in these poor sufferers and strove to provide and care for all their needs.      Learn about...

 

Are you discerning a religious vocation? Come to our discernment weekends...

Next Discernment Weekend:

October 19 - 21, 2018

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Even though our apostolate is nursing, many of our Sisters had no nursing experience when they entered.  As a matter of fact, we all come from different backgrounds and walks of life.  Learn a little more about how they discovered their call to religious life and their response...

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Mother of Exiles

 "In responding to God’s vocation for her, Rose lived that bold all-embracing charity Lazarus attributed to the Statue of Liberty: Give me your tired, your poor." In his article Mother of Exiles, Brother Damian Day, O.P. speaks of the connection between the Statue of Liberty, Emma Lazarus, and Rose Hawthorne. Read Article

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A Hidden Gem in Atlanta

This short video features produced by the Archdiocese of Atlanta, features our sisters at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Home.

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Motherhouse:

Rosary Hill Home

600 Linda Avenue

Hawthorne, New York  10532

Phone:  (914) 769-0114

For Vocation Inquiries, call or email:

Sister Alma Marie, O.P.

Vocation Director

Phone:  (845) 745-1319

Email: vocationdirector@hawthorne-dominicans.org