Through the evangelization of our community, our mission is to provide spiritual guidance and to mature the needs of all through service where each member shares with others their gifts and talents received from God.
On behalf of myself as Pastor, our Deacons and Staff, I thank you and extend my appreciation for your choosing St. Dominic to worship God in fellowship withour a parish community.
We have grown through our 47 years both in numbers and in spirit. God is truly at work here!
St. Dominic is a welcoming community whose missionis to put faith into action through prayer, fellowship and service. We invite you to join in sharing with your fellow parishoners of all ages in the many different ministry opportunities of our parish. My prayers and support are with you and your famliy always.
We hope that you will visit our website often and that you will find the information and resources useful that you need to grow in your faith. Please check back often since information is updated frequently.
What's Happening at our Parish
Who: High School and Middle School Youth
What: The Selfless Revolution!
Discover what Love really is by looking at it from the perspective of Jesus.
Where: Rio Cibolo Ranch
1101 Ulrich Rd. Marion Texas 78214
When: Saturday February 14, 2015
9am until 6pm
Registration Forms are available in the church office. If you have any questions, please call Silvia Elena Hagen at 210-435-6211, ext 210 or emailing to
Welcome Deacon Wayne to St Dominic's, we are blessed to have you and your family as part of the St. Dominic family.
Deacon Wayne Archer was born in the beautiful Island of Trinidad. He attended High School in the St. Thomas Virgin Islands where he met his wife Theresa.
Wayne and Theresa have been married for 32 years. They have 3 children, Christie, Chivon and Wayne Jr. The Archer couple is blessed with 4 grandchildren and another one on the way.
Deacon Wayne retired from the US Navy in 2002 and was ordained in 2007 on the island of Honolulu. He served as a Deacon at St. Rita parish in Honolulu for a few months. Then his job moved him to San Antonio where he served both in the parish of Prince of Peace and Holy Redeemer . He is also currently employed as a Network Security Specialist for the Air force for the 92nd Information Operations Squadron.
When Deacon is not serving God he is enjoying family.
April 9-12, 2015 - English Men's ACTS - Cordi Marian
July 9-12, 2015 - English Women's ACTS - Cordi Marian
December 3-6, 2015 - Spanish Women's ACTS - Cordi Marian
But do you care what YOU wear?
We dress for church to show reverence, not for show, or to bring attention to ourselves. Most of us dress with our "Sunday Best".
"Sunday Best" is different for everyone. It depends on upbringing, culture, affordability and most of all "reverence" to the man who died for us.
If we were to meet the President, meet a celebrity, go on an interview, we certainly wouldn't show up in a t-shirt, tank top, shorts or flip flops. We would dress to impress. God isn't asking us to impress his Son. Just show respect as you would the President or a celebrity.
Food for thought, when you get ready to attend mass on Sunday, ask yourself, how would I dress for the man who gave his life for me?
Jesus is present at the sacrifice of the Mass.