Sisters Call for End to Gun Violence

Sisters Call for End to Gun Violence

The recent mass shootings in our country impel us to once again beg all citizens and all elected leaders to end the rampant rage and division that have overpowered the nation and too often result in mass, indiscriminate violence. We are a nation that promises a life...
I Volunteered at the U.S. Border and Saw Glimmers of Hope

I Volunteered at the U.S. Border and Saw Glimmers of Hope

This month, I volunteered at the Catholic Charities of Laredo Humanitarian Respite Center in Texas, working with migrants who were given temporary asylum. As I spent time there, my being part of a congregation named Hope became even more meaningful. The connection...
Pray with Us to End Child Detention: Stop the Inhumanity!

Pray with Us to End Child Detention: Stop the Inhumanity!

Today, as various coalitions and organizations gather to participate in the Catholic Day of Action in Washington, D.C., sisters and staff gathered to pray in solidarity. Together, the group challenged the current administration’s abuse of immigrant children and...
Here’s Why We Participated in Lights for Liberty

Here’s Why We Participated in Lights for Liberty

On the eve of Friday, July 12th, we Dominican Sisters of Hope, along with associates and co-creators, participated in Lights for Liberty, a vigil to end the detention camps at the U.S. border. The issue of immigration is not new to us. Throughout years in ministry, we...
Dominican Sisters of Hope Statement against Global Violence

Dominican Sisters of Hope Statement against Global Violence

We Dominican Sisters of Hope, together with our Associates, are increasingly aware that our country and our world are becoming conditioned to violence. Around us, we see disagreement, disrespect, and intolerance unravelling into destructive words and actions....