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The Church of Saint Dominic

One Journey Through Faith and Education

120 Years 1897-2017

Our Mission

 The mission of the Roman Catholic Church of St. Dominic is to create and to preserve a spiritually and socially united community which focuses on the presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist as the center of its life. We strive to achieve this goal by: proclaiming the Word of God, celebrating the sacraments, promoting the mission of our Church to the world, educating and caring for the faithful, reaching out to those in need, and being good stewards of our resources.

Capital Campaign

In Saecula Saeculorum • Forever and Ever
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Parish Life

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Saint Dominic In The News

News12 and Newsday ran stories on the Saint Dominic/St. Francis "Hands on Hearts Lab". Click here to see the coverage.
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2018 Catholic Ministries Appeal

Click here to learn more about our parish's participation in the Catholic Ministries Appeal and the vital programs that it supports.
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A Message from Outreach

Our Outreach Program's webpage has been updated with a video sharing the many ways it serves our community as well as how you can support this vibrant and vital ministry.
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Celebrating Our Faith

The Eucharist is celebrated on:
Weekdays (Monday through Saturday)
Weekday Masses, Monday - Saturday 7:30am Chapel
Saturday evening 5:00pm Church
Sunday 7:30 & 8:45am Chapel, 10:00 & 11:30am Church, 5:00pm Chapel
Spanish Mass Sunday 7:00pm Chapel

Holy Day Schedule
Vigil Mass eve of the Holy Day 7:30pm Chapel
Holy Day 7:30am Chapel, Noon Chapel, 7:30pm Chapel

Reconciliation (Confession)
Experience God's mercy through His sacrament
Saturdays from 4:00 to 4:45pm in the Church or call the Parish Office for an appointment with a priest.