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What We Do
The Dominican Youth Movement USA connects today’s youth and young adults to the Dominican tradition of preaching and the participant’s own call to preach. Through our programs and workshops that offer a time, place, and context for establishing impactful relations, we build faith and strengthen our young people’s commitment to God, community, family, preaching, social justice, and the Dominican Order.
In 2015, DYMUSA brought together five different programs engaging young people of high school age through their young adult years – unifying their support and promoting their collective social impact.
Our organization is new but our programs and workshops are established and well known. Collectively our programs have introduced over 4000 young people to the Dominican Charism.
Youth Preaching Workshops
At these workshops students are exposed to the different ways we, the people of God, can preach through dance, music, drama, art, storytelling, to name just a few.
National College “Preaching in Action” Conference
It’s about gathering together to discover how each of us is called to preach the Gospel message in our own unique way.
Dominican Young Adults USA
DYAUSA provides an environment where young adults can share, explore, and integrate their faith lives.
DYMUSA needs YOUR help!
As we look to grow the Dominican Youth Movement USA, we NEED your help, passion and commitment. Perhaps you wish to give of your time, talent, or treasure. For more information on how you can get involved, please click on the button below.
Are you a DYMUSA Alumni?
We’re looking to update our database and spread the word about the new work of the Dominican Youth Movement USA. We encourage you to update your contact information!
“The challenge of evangelization of the young certainly calls on us to promote the groups that may take part in the coordination of these Youth Movements, not as pastoral groups for young people, but rather as groups of young missionaries to the young.”