Who We Are
We are dispersed Dominican Friars and Sisters in the Anglican Communion committed to Christ's merciful healing for all members of the Body of Christ. Our members profess vows of poverty (simplicity), chastity, and obedience to the Rule of St. Augustine as consecrated religious. Members may or may not be ordained to Holy Orders as well. Brothers and Sisters in formation receive comprehensive formation in Dominican spirituality, Thomistic theology, and Anglican deliverance ministry. We do not discriminate on the basis of gender, sex, race/ethnicity, or sexual orientation, and professed members may be married or celibate.
Our Primary Ministry
Our members receive comprehensive initial and continued formation in both the Dominican charism and deliverance within the Anglican tradition. Most, but not all members are usually specially appointed Diocesan Exorcists / Deliverance Ministers within the Anglican Communion. We do not license, commission, or appoint exorcists. This is solely the right of a Bishop Diocesan. However, we do provide robust formation through the lens of Dominican spirituality and Thomistic theology. We also provide fellowship and community for professed members who have discerned a strong vocation to both deliverance ministry and the Dominican Rule.