Institution of human promotion, development and social assistance of the Catholic Church at the service of the poorest.
Congregation whose mission consists in extending and consolidating the Kingdom of God, through the evangelization and practice of various works of mercy.
Christian community of alliance composed of families, married couples, university students, adolescents and children who have discovered the joy of a life shared in Christ.
Website designed to support catechists in the Dominican Republic and the rest of the world in their teaching and guidance in the Christian faith.
Evangelization project through the internet directed by Priest Dario Bencosme.
Catholic association whose members live committed to their Faith in the Lord Jesus. Its main objective is the personal sanctification of its members through: Contemplation, Evangelization and Transformation in Christ.
Institution erected by the Holy See, in which the Dominican Bishops jointly exercise several pastoral functions on the faithful of the country.
Religious Institute dedicated to apostolic works. Seeks, through its total commitment to God, get the perfection of charity, bear witness to the Kingdom of God and participate in the saving mystery of the Church.
Catholic Church Movement which develops a Parish Family Ministry program aimed at couples. It aims to contribute to the stability of couples and, consequently, the strengthening of the family as the sanctuary of life and basic unit of society.
Ministry of the Catholic Church, formed by a group of couples and priests committed to the Lord to serve in the apostolate with the couple. It offers
an experience to live it on a weekend in which couples are called to a sacramental lifestyle through their vocation to marriage.
Women's organization whose mission is education in schools, colleges and religious and civil institutions. They focused on literacy and the promotion of justice, always walking beside the needy of society.
Family of women called to dedicate their own lives to God for young people. Founded by St. John Bosco and St. Mary D. Mazzarello, they live in community and have a great apostolic passion in their hearts.
Ministry of the Catholic Church whose priorities are: Working with young people, Ignatian spirituality, and accompanying people in situations of poverty and social exclusion.
Ministry of the Community Servants of Live Christ which offers Christian, human and technical training.
Official website of the Holy See in Spanish.
Women consecrated to God in the world and from the world to help rebuild the Kingdom of God. We work in parish ministry with the poor, especially children, teenagers and young adults as in the spirit of St. John Bosco. We are dedicated to direct home school for girls and parochial schools, catechisms at all levels, liturgical celebrations and evangelization of families.
Catholic organization dedicated to remedy and transform with creative imagination the evils of our peoples, from the feelings of Jesus Heart.
Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer dedicated to the missionary proclamation of the Gospel.
Christianity workshop in which the trainee is taught in just three days to be happy for the rest of his life.
Catholic movement that gathers in its apostolic action Christian men and women who believe that the Gospel is the force of love that changes and improves the world, advancing the Kingdom of God.
Non-profit Catholic institution that works in the integral formation of its members and the community.
Institution of the Catholic Church whose mission is to spread the message that work and ordinary circumstances are an occasion for encounter with God, for service to others and for the betterment of society.
Religious Order which remains faithful to the principles that inspired its founding: the defense of the Faith and the service to the needy. Its members combine vocation and commitment to solidarity, justice, and peace, based on the teaching of the evangelical doctrine, in close communion with the Holy See, exercising a dynamic and operative charity, supported by prayer.
Historical overview of the work of Father Emiliano Tardif in the Dominican Republic.
Priest, professor and researcher.
University parish that is part of the Dominican Catholic Church. It's work as evangelizing community is divided into a multitude of Ministries and Pastoral Services.
Cardinal Sancha Parish blog to share the gospel and all Catholic material oriented for reflection and communal prayer.
The Holy Child Jesus Parish belongs to the Central Region of the Archdiocese of Santo Domingo.
Catholic church based in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
Parish of the Eternal High Priest Jesus Christ located in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
Website of the Jesus Maestro Parish located in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. History, Mass schedule, events, sacraments and parish announcements.
Parish located in the province of San Cristobal, whose priests belong to the Order of Agustinos Recoletos.
Sagrada Familia Church website. Activities, diocese, pastor message, testimony of the month, among other biblical topics of interest.
Website of San Antonio de Padua parish in the municipality of Guerra in the province of Santo Domingo.
Catholic church located in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
Organism of the Catholic Church that offers comprehensive health services to patients and their families with quality and warmth at the level of education, prevention and recovery of health, spiritual growth, and the experience of human and Christian values.
Religious Organization aimed at evangelizing the world from the experience of Pentecost, for the construction of the Kingdom of God.
International organization of men aimed at serving the needy youth.
Association of lay faithful, mostly young people, that seeks to promote traditional liturgy, as well as the use of Latin, Gregorian chant and sacred polyphony.
Information system of the Holy See that informs about the Pope activities, the local Churches, and the world news.
Historical review of the Virgin of La Altagracia, protector of the Dominican people.