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Dominican Ecclesial Institute
Our Federal Identification Number is: 45-0495796.
In every human person there is a hunger for truth and for goodness, which is essentially our fundamental desire for God who is truth and the good. The mission of the Order of Preachers, also called the Dominican Order is to share with others the truth about the God whom we contemplate in our hearts. Together with all peoples of good will and in dialogue with them, we seek God wherever truth may be found. We encounter this truth through the good creation God has made, through his presence in human history, and above all by his becoming human in Jesus Christ. [OP.ORG]
The Dominican Friars, Central Province is a network of ministries, parishes, and educational institutions in Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Colorado, and New Mexico. The mission of the Central Province is to communicate the word of God through preaching, theological education, and the promotion of justice and peace.