Dominican Month for Peace
Tor three years, the Dominican community around the world has demonstrated solidarity with our brothers and sisters who are trying to bring hope in situations of violence and war. The Dominican Month for Peace has now become a regular part of our Advent activities. For the year 2020, the focus of our annual Dominican Month for Peace will be on Ukraine. For more information, please click here.
Welcoming the New President-Elect
The LCWR has issued a statement welcoming President-Elect Joe Biden and Vice-President Elect Kamala Harris. The statement calls for the new Administration to “to build a society worthy of the values to which our imperfect union aspires,” and for the American people to “make space in our hearts and our communities for the needs and concerns of all God’s people.”
Click here to read the entire statement, which was issued on November 10, 2020.
A Prayer for the Poor
On November 15, the Church celebrates the World Day of the Poor, with the theme: “Stretch forth your hand to the poor”. On behalf of the Claretian Family, the Sisters of Religious of Mary Immaculate Claretian Missionaries (RMI) have prepared a prayer with translation in English, Spanish and French. You are cordially invited to pray this and disseminate this prayer to the members of your organisms and to people in your contacts.
A Candle for Peace
Tuesday, 11 November at 6:30pm, Religions for Peace and Ring for Peace, as part of the First Assembly on Women, Faith and Diplomacy, are asking us to join a global moment for peace and unity. At 6:30 pm this evening, please place a candle in your window, and post a photo to social media with the hashstag #RfPPeaceandLight.