Through advocacy and on-the-ground service, we are committed to creating a more just world. Poverty, eco-justice, civil rights, access to healthcare, and access to education are among our top priorities. We invite you to read our stories and learn about how you can join us in spreading hope through justice.
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We call upon all people of good will and especially people of faith to join us in working for real and sustainable solutions to the racial divide in our country.
We denounce the violence, corruption, deceit, hunger for power, and racism that have led to this moment. We call on our fellow citizens to engage in dialogue that considers other perspectives, to remain open to change and compromise, and work to build a nation that is united.
The Leadership Conference of Women Religious is grateful that the Supreme Court struck down President Trump’s attempt to end Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).
With support from Hope, Harmony Farm will donate 22 weeks of fresh, organic produce to the Newburgh Ministry.
On Fifth Anniversary of Laudato Si`, Dominican Sisters and Morgan Stanley Launch Climate Solutions Funds Integrating UN Sustainable Development Goals
US congregations of Dominican Sisters announced the launching of a strategic investment initiative in collaboration with Morgan Stanley to address climate change, especially as it affects marginalized communities disproportionately impacted by global warming. The Sisters committed $46,650,000 to the initiative, seeding Climate Solutions Funds that have attracted more than $130,000,000 in capital investments.
As Christians, as Catholics, as people of faith, we must do more than just pray; we must model Jesus’ message to love one’s neighbor. Our neighbor cannot breathe! Our neighbor is being lynched! Our neighbor is dying!
Our Christian faith tradition holds that we are all one people, one body; each made in the image of God.
Exploring Human Trafficking with LifeWay Network, will be hosted by The Center at Mariandale on Zoom on Thursday, May 14, at 3pm EST. The training is free but donations are appreciated.
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...
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...