As itinerant preachers, we serve wherever we are sent. We use our gifts for the preaching mission through evangelizing, educating, and promoting peace and justice. The charism of our Congregation calls us to special concern for the young, the poor, and the vulnerable of our world. Each of us plays a vital role in the various forms of our preaching mission: the arts, education and pastoral work, social service and health care, and Congregational and prayer ministries.
–Constitutions, 52, 52.1
“Make the preaching of the Good News your life’s work, in thoroughgoing service.” -- 2 Timothy 4:5
English as a Second Language Program
LAS CASAS - ENGLISH AS SECOND LANGUAGE
Cristo Rey de la Salle High School [St. Elizabeth Campus]
1530 34th Avenue Oakland, CA 94601
OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE
40374 Fremont Boulevard
Fremont, CA 94538-3499
SACRED HEART ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
2109 Sichel Street
Los Angeles, CA 90031-3096
SACRED HEART HIGH SCHOOL
2111 Griffin Avenue,
Los Angeles, CA 90031
(323) 225-2209 FAX: 225-5046
SAINT ANTHONY-IMMACULATE CONCEPTION SCHOOL
299 Precita Ave.,
San Francisco, CA 94110
CHRIST CATHEDRAL ACADEMY
13280 Chapman Avenue
Garden Grove, CA 92840
SAINT EDWARD SCHOOL
5788 Thornton Avenue
Newark, CA 94560-389
SAINT ELIZABETH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
1530 - 34th Avenue
Oakland, CA 94601-3024
SAINT FRANCES X. CABRINI
1428 W. Imperial Highway
Los Angeles, CA 90047
SAINT FRANCES CABRINI SCHOOL
15325 Woodward Road
San Jose, CA 95124
Schools in the Province of Mexico
COLEGIO LA PAZ A.C.
Calle 4 a y Ave., 5ª Oriente #416
Ciudad Delicias Chihuahua, México 33000
COLEGIO ROBERT F. KENNEDY
Apartado Postal #11
KM 10 Carretera
Atizapán-Progreso, Col. Ex Hacienda El Pedregal
52901 Atizapán de Zaragoza
Edo. de México, México 52901
COLEGIO TOMAS DE AQUINO
Arteaga No. 66 5 De Mayo No. 116 Centro
Maravatío, Michoacán, México 61250
Center for Education and Spirituality (CES)
The Dominican Sisters of Mission San Jose’s Center for Education and Spirituality provides opportunities for all those seeking to deepen their life-giving relationships with God, themselves, one another, and all of creation. Grounded in the Dominican tradition of searching for truth, the CES provides opportunities for spiritual and educational enrichment. Programs initiated by CES promote open, honest dialogue and opportunities for prayer and engagement through retreat days, book studies, and education in spirituality and diverse theological thoughts. A variety of venues include lectures, workshops, panels, round table discussion and other interactive opportunities.
CES welcomes all to explore personal and collective spiritual growth.To learn more, click here
Dominican Sisters' Vision of Hope
The Dominican Sisters founded Vision of Hope in 1995 to ensure the quality, affordability, and vibrant future for eight of their poorest elementary schools, five in Los Angeles, two in San Francisco and one in Oakland.
Vision of Hope Schools
Vision of Hope schools are diocesan schools but considered as affiliate schools of the Dominican Sisters of Mission San Jose. They embody the charism and commitment to the four pillars of the Dominican Order: Prayer, Community, Study, and Service.
St. Anthony-Immaculate Conception School, San Francisco
St. James School, San Francisco
St. Elizabeth Elementary School, Oakland
Sacred Heart Elementary School, Los Angeles
St. Frances X. Cabrini School, Los Angeles
St. Ignatius School, Los Angeles
St. Michael's School, Los Angeles
Vision of Hope Mission
The Dominican Sisters Vision of Hope operates solely to provide quality, affordable Catholic education for children of their inner-city elementary schools and to ensure a vibrant future for these schools and the communities they serve.
Vision of Hope Story
Through a robust tuition assistance program, Vision of Hope is strengthening and sustaining Catholic education for the children of these schools and the communities they serve. Under the umbrella of the Dominican Sisters Vision of Hope each school has a development director responsible for generating broad-based community support. Thanks to the generosity of loyal donors, Vision of Hope currently has a permanent endowment and has distributed over $ 9.6 million to the schools, including $5.4 million in tuition assistance, since 2004 when distributions began.
Dominican Sisters Vision of Hope
1555 34th Avenue
Oakland, CA 94601
Religious Studies Library
The Dominican Sisters of Mission San Jose are sharing their impressive and inspiring Religious Studies Library with local area parishes. The library collection includes 20,000 books on topics including:
Care of Creation
Browse our online catalog at https://qhrc.follettdestiny.com/
Given COVID protocols, please call the Library Office at (510) 933-6364 to make an individual appointment to visit the Library.
Sponsored schools are institutions that were established by the Dominican Sisters of Mission San Jose. Their governance structure has two tiers with specific responsibilities. The first tier is comprised of the elected members of the Congregational Council of the Dominican Sisters, and the second tier is composed of a Board of Directors.
SAN GABRIEL MISSION ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
416 South Mission Dr.
San Gabriel, CA 91776
SAN GABRIEL MISSION HIGH SCHOOL
254 South Santa Anita Street
San Gabriel, CA 91776-1182
SAINT IGNATIUS OF LOYOLA SCHOOL
6025 Monte Vista Street
Los Angeles, CA 90042-3435
SAINT JAMES SCHOOL
321 Fair Oaks Street
San Francisco, CA 94110-3616
SAINT JOSEPH SCHOOL
PO Box 3246, 43222 Mission Boulevard
Fremont, CA 94539-0324
SAINT MARY OF THE ANGELS
991 South Dora Street
Ukiah, CA 95482
SAINT MICHAEL'S SCHOOL
1027 West 87th Street
Los Angeles 90044-2107
SANTA TERESITA SCHOOL
2646 Zonal Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90033
SCHOOL OF THE MADELEINE
1225 Milvia Street
Berkeley, CA 94709
At Colegio Robert F. Kennedy, Atizapan, Mexico, a teacher instructs her students in one of the school's spacious lawns and gardens.
A speaker asks a question at a CES event exploring the question of women deacons. Presentations were made by Most Rev. Randolph Calvo and Sister Gloria Marie Jones, seated.
Attending an event at the Motherhouse are Bill Masterson, member of the Vision of Hope Board of Directors, Ann Magovern, Executive Director of Vision of Hope, and Sister Carolyn Marie Monahan.