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Dominicans in Pakistan

The first known Dominican arrived in the Indian sub-continent in 1291, just 70 years after the death of St. Dominic. By the 17th century the Dominican Congregation of India, based in the Portuguese settlement at Goa, numbered about 350 brothers, but died out in the 19th century. The 20th century saw a revival of Dominican presence in both India and in what is now Pakistan.read more

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OUR MINISTRIES

The Pakistan Dominican Province has stayed true to the vision of St. Dominic by preaching the Gospel across the length and breadth of the Indian sub continent.





HOW WE MINISTER

We proclaim Christ in a variety of settings like retreat centers, parish missions, religious houses, youth groups, and mass media.



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The first known Dominican arrived in the Indian sub-continental in 1291, just 70 years after the death of St. Dominic. By the 17th century the Dominican Congregation of India, based in the Portuguese settlement at Goa, numbered about 350 brothers, but died out in the 19th century.

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153 Ali Block New Garden Town, Lahore- 54600 Pakistan

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