Adrian Dominican Associate Life

Barry University is committed to developing leaders who are prepared to uphold the vision and legacy of the Adrian Dominican Sisters, our religious sponsors. Hosting the Adrian Dominican Associate Life formation sessions at Barry is an important step in helping us achieve the goal to deepen our understanding of the institution’s Dominican heritage and Adrian Dominican foundation.

The Adrian Dominican Associate Life Series includes six sessions, all presented by Adrian Dominican Sisters. Faculty and staff are invited to attend those sessions that particularly interest them or attend all six sessions in preparation for applying for Associate Life.

Frequently Asked Questions

Spring 2018

The Associate Life series will be offered again at Barry beginning in January through May of 2018. Each session will include a presentation by an Adrian Dominican Sister, discussion, and lunch. Please register for some or all of the sessions on the Faculty/Staff training calendar.

  • January 24: History of the Adrian Dominican Congregation/Becoming Dominican
  • February 7: Spirituality and Prayer
  • February 21: Dominican Charism
  • March 14: Ecclesial Person
  • April 11: Mission and Ministry
  • April 25: Contemporary Issues in Ministry

Lunch will be served. Please RSVP on the training calendar.

VIDEOS, DOCUMENTS, AND RESOURCES

If you missed a session or would like to review resources from previous years, we invite you to view session videos, reflections, prayers, and document resources here.

ASSOCIATE LIFE

Faculty and staff that have completed all six sessions and are interested in continuing the journey to become an Adrian Dominican Associate are asked to complete a preliminary form to begin the process of association.
Associate Life Preliminary form

You can also learn more by visiting the Adrian Dominican Associates website.

Adrian Dominican Associate Life
Adrian Dominican Associate Life

If you have any questions or would like to more information, please contact the Office of Mission Engagement at ME@barry.edu or 305-899-3599.