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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With the start of a new legislative session in Albany comes an opportunity to raise our voices as people of faith. The Dominican Sisters of Hope have joined religious, environmental, and justice groups across the state of New York in calling on Gov. Kathy Hochul to to support the Bigger Better Bottle Bill (S. 237) and the Packaging Reduction and Recycling Act (S. 1064) as she prepares to release her Executive Budget for the upcoming year.
As 2022 draws to a close, the Dominican Sisters of Hope have begun Year Two of commitment to the Laudato Si’ Action Platform. At fall Community Chapter meetings, sisters and associates shared stories about their spiritual connection to nature.
It is well past time that our elected officials stopped listening to the gun lobby and heeded the cries of the people of this nation. It is well past time that we enacted sensible gun violence prevention legislation.
We invite you to join us in praying for the repose of the 10 souls whose lives were so cruelly shattered in seconds, for the comfort of all who are bearing that grievous loss, and for the national resolve to challenge the vitriolic discourse of hatred that emboldens deadly violence and blinds us from the truth of God’s deep and abiding love for each and every one of us, all made in God’s glorious image.
The Dominican Sisters of Hope join people around the world in praying for peace in Ukraine. As always, war represents a deadly failure by world leaders to build just peace and promote integral human security.
The Leadership of the Dominican Sisters of Hope as members of LCWR support this statement from the Leadership Conference Women of Religious and the National Black Sisters’ Conference. "The vote is...
Thanks to all the staff and sisters who donated non-perishable food during our Thanksgiving drive for the food pantry at Holy Name of Mary Church in Croton! Special thanks to our vendor Enterprise...
From Dominican Life USA website, November 23, 2021: Advent, a season of hope! As a Dominican Family, it is a time recognize the cry of our voices for dignity and justice in the world thirsting for...
We, Dominican Sisters of Hope, are called to preach the Gospel to our world. In communion with all creation, we commit our lives to the transforming power of Hope. Our very mission statement...
From the window of my soul, I see a little hope and I trust that where that “little hope” is found, there is more waiting to be seen and experienced and awakened.