Episode 94

The first Dominicans to establish a priory in the United States were led by Maryland native Edward Fenwick. But when the Order of Preachers came, Bishop John Carroll sent them to Kentucky, where they established St. Rose Priory. The rural setting posed challenges for the typically urban Dominicans, but the Dominican friars persevered, and the Dominicans in the U.S. thrived.

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