Dominican Sisters Condemn Racism

Dominican Sisters Condemn Racism

image c/o leaguetravels The Dominican Sisters issued the following statement in response to the death of George Floyd. We are deeply troubled and distressed by the violent assault on and resulting death of George Floyd, an unarmed African-American man, at the hands of...
The Epidemic Killings of Innocent Black People Must Stop

The Epidemic Killings of Innocent Black People Must Stop

image c/o jpdesignsart After the killing of Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia in February 2020, which is only the most recent in a long string of killings, we are compelled to speak up against the epidemic of violence against innocent black Americans by police. Below, we call...
We Must Believe in the Goodness of Everyone

We Must Believe in the Goodness of Everyone

Cathedral Kitchen was bustling when Police Chief Scott Thomson made a promise to one of the men in the room. “In all seriousness,” Chief Thomson said pointing in the direction of the new graduate, “he is a good man. I promise you, I’m going to be one of the first...
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....
Dominican Sisters Call for an End to the Government Shutdown

Dominican Sisters Call for an End to the Government Shutdown

This is a moral moment in the United States. The government has been partially shutdown for more than twenty days now. People are not receiving paychecks and essential services. A government shutdown is not the way to solve a political disagreement. As more people are...