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Barbara Hansen, OP, of GRCMC interviews Director of Dominican Center at Marywood about its facilities and purpose.
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Barbara Hansen, OP, of Grand Rapids Community Media Center interviews Mary Vaccaro, Dominican Center at Marywood  Director, about the purpose of the center. The Dominican Center offers a number of opportunities for people of all faiths and traditions: retreats, spiritual formation and direction, conference center facilities, an art gallery and bookstore. There is also, on campus, a St. Francis Prayer and Meditation nature path walk with benches strategically placed so you can take a moment to pause and enjoy the peace that surrounds you.

Housed on the Marywood campus, the Dominican Center is a ministry of the Dominican Sisters ~ Grand Rapids and is open to people of all faiths. They promote peaceful dialogue among all faiths and traditions. Many programs are available, and the conference center can accommodate large groups for family celebrations or business events. With a licensed kitchen, the center has a diverse and customized menu providing delicious meals, which can also be customized to accomodate specific dietary needs or restrictions. The entire campus is barrier free and parking is free.

Watch the video to learn about what is available for you at Dominican Center at Marywood. Call 454.1241 (Option 5) for more information or inquiries to 454.1241.  More information is available at the Dominican Center at Marywood website: .

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