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Mother Assumpta Long, one of the Foundresses of the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist, sent three Sisters to Marin Catholic in the fall of 2011 to teach in Theology, Math, and Science. Now the Sisters have taught in Theology, Math, English, Social Studies, and Science. Besides teaching in the classroom, the Sisters assist in various Campus Ministry programs and retreats and participate in the spiritual and human formation of students. The Sisters enjoy cheering on the Wildcats at sporting events, taking in the fall play and spring musical, attending  art events, and supporting students in all their extra curricular activities.


The Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist, is a Roman Catholic community of women religious based in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The community was founded in the Dominican tradition to spread the witness of religious life in accord with Pope John Paul II's vision for a new evangelization.

Through profession of the vows of chastity, poverty, and obedience, along with a contemplative emphasis on Eucharistic adoration and Marian devotion, their community exists for the salvation of souls and the building of the Church throughout the world. As Dominicans, their primary apostolate is the education and formation of young people. They remain open to engaging the modern culture with new forms of evangelization in order to preach the Gospel and teach the Truth.

To learn more about the Sisters of Mary, visit www.sistersofmary.org.