Over the last few months stories have been shared from Dominican sisters who have visited the border. The DSC will be sharing these stories on their website and Facebook page. Please see below for the stories (more articles will be added in the future). Margaret McGuirk, OP (Dominican Sister of Sinsinawa) January 5, 2019 I have […]
This is a moral moment in the United States. The government has been partially shutdown for more than twenty days now. People are not receiving paychecks and essential services. A government shutdown is not the way to solve a political disagreement. As more people are hurt by this impasse, the question at the heart of […]
Dominican Family Members, Associates, and Friends, I’m pleased to inform you that a delegation of U.S. Dominicans will travel to Iraq in late September, almost a year after having had postponed their trip because of instability in Iraqi Kurdistan. The funds your congregations and provinces so generously provided a year ago will fund this trip […]
Around the United States the first weekend of July, Dominican Sisters and associates joined rallies and marches to end family separation. For photos and more information about the rallies and marches, please see below. Dominican Sisters of Adrian “Adrian Dominican Sisters added their voices to thousands of others on June 30 as they participated […]
“Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them….” (Mt. 19:14) The following is a statement issued by the General Council of the Adrian Dominican Sisters in response to the practice by Immigration Officials of separating immigrant children from their parents at the border of the United States and Mexico. Adrian Dominican […]
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