Why are we wearing orange?

Why are we wearing orange?

September 30 is “Orange Shirt Day.” This is an annual Indigenous-led observance to honor the lost children and survivors of residential schools. September signifies the time of year when Indigenous children were historically taken from their homes to residential...
Season of Creation 2023 Week Five

Season of Creation 2023 Week Five

The Dominican Sisters of Hope continue our observance of the ecumenical Season of Creation with prayers, learning, and action inspired by the Sisters of Charity of St. Elizabeth’s Office of Peace, Justice, and Ecological Integrity. Week 5 PRAY… September 24 For...
Season of Creation 2023 Week Five

Season of Creation 2023 Week Four

The Dominican Sisters of Hope continue our observance of the ecumenical Season of Creation with prayers, learning, and action for food justice. Week 4 PRAY… September 17 For farmworkers, especially migrant workers, that they might have a safe work environment, a...
Season of Creation 2023 Week Five

Season of Creation 2023 Week Three

The Dominican Sisters of Hope continue our observance of the ecumenical Season of Creation with prayers, learning, and action from The Sisters of Charity of St. Elizabeth. Week 3 PRAY… September 10 For politicians, that they will legislate in ways that benefit all...
Season of Creation 2023 Week Five

Season of Creation 2023 Week Two

The Dominican Sisters of Hope continue our observance of the ecumenical Season of Creation with prayers, learning, and action from The Sisters of Charity of St. Elizabeth. Week 2 PRAY… September 3 For young people who are leaders in the environmental movements....
Season of Creation 2023 Week Five

Season of Creation 2023 Week One

This week the Dominican Sisters of Hope join millions of people around the world in observing the ecumenical Season of Creation which runs from September 1 (Day of Prayer for Creation) through October 4 (Feast Day of St. Francis of Assisi). You can read Pope Francis’...