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...
Hope is: Working for Justice On-the-Ground

Hope is: Working for Justice On-the-Ground

Earlier this week, on Tuesday evening, Dominican Sister of Hope Monica McGloin, OP headed out to a local church to pray for a convicted murderer. Robert Van Hook was sentenced to death on August 8, 1985, and his execution date was set for July 18, 2017. “It’s not a...
What We Saw at the #FamiliesBelongTogether Protest in NYC

What We Saw at the #FamiliesBelongTogether Protest in NYC

On June 30, an estimated crowd of 25,000 gathered in New York City for a National Day of Action to urge Donald Trump and his administration to stop separating kids from their parents. The march, which joined dozen of other cities around the U.S., was held on the...
6 Myths about Family Separation at the Border

6 Myths about Family Separation at the Border

As the conversation around the separation of families at the border has escalated, we have been disturbed by a number of myths being propelled through public discourse. As preachers of Truth, we would like to dispel some of these, both as they pertain to us and to...