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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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...
The Dominican Sisters of Hope calls upon the United States Government to de-escalate tensions with Iran.
The Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR) was deeply disappointed by President Trump’s 2017 pledge to pull the United States out of the Paris Climate Agreement and we are profoundly troubled by the decision to formally request US withdrawal from this critically important international agreement.
Jonathan Monfiletto, a contributing writer to North Country Catholic, wrote about the origins and present impact of North Country Mission of Hope, a nonprofit co-founded by Dominican Sister of Hope Debbie Blow, OP.
Come and learn about the Green New Deal. Bring your family, friends and neighbors! This meeting will help you understand and imagine what is possible with this exciting new set of policies. This is a top issue in the 2020 elections! Join us in person or follow along...
We expect our president, and all who serve this nation as leaders, to be always mindful of the common good and the dignity of each and every person.
As the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR), we pledge our support to end the scourge of rage and hatred that has gripped our nation and we will be unfailing in our efforts to call for legislation that works to end gun violence quickly and effectively.
Hope was seen in the eyes of a family after their first change of clothes and a shower.
God, stir-up our hearts. Give us courage to rise up and stop this terrible suffering. Give us the strength, as individuals, groups, parishes, and as a society to put an end to these unjust immigration policies.