Peace & Justice Weekly Updates

Join Dominican Sisters of Peace as we strive to bring PEACE and justice to our world in this post-truth era. Each week, our Justice Promoter will share important information (including action alerts, prayer opportunities and much more) that will help you to spread peace in your own local community and our world at large.


The Dominican Sisters Conference Issues a Statement Regarding Racism

The Dominican Sisters Conference places the transforming grace of the Dominican charism at the service of our world and Church, especially in responding to the cry of the poor and to the urgent need to preserve Earth’s integrity. The DSC has issued a statement in response to the recent white supremacist demonstrations in Charlottesville. To read the entire statement, click here.

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Women Religious Speak Out Against Racism

While the President may believe that his recent statements on racial violence are appropriate, people of faith, and particularly women religious had statements of their own. Click here to read excerpts from the statements by the LCWR, the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, Adrian Dominicans and more in the Global Sisters Report.

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Peace and Justice Updates, August 8, 2017

Ohio-area Sisters and Associates are invited to a symposium entitled: Blessed Are the Peacemakers: Re-Imagining a World of Active Nonviolence. The program is sponsored by the Cleveland Diocesan Social Action Office and will be held Saturday, September 30, 2017, at John Carroll University Dolan Center.

This symposium is inspired by the April 2016 “Non-violence and Just Peace Conference” held at the Vatican to initiate a global conversation in response to the growing violence in our world. The focus of the symposium is on creative solutions to peace building and active non-violence with opportunities for education and dialogue rooted in the Catholic Peace Tradition. This day is for anyone wanting to engage and bring a creative understanding towards Catholic Social Teaching and building peace in our communities and the world. For more information go to the Event Page.


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