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Adrian Dominican Sisters Join Hundreds in Speaking out Against Military Training at SOA
Thirty years ago, members of the Salvadoran Army stormed the Universidad Centroamericana campus in El Salvador and gunned down six Jesuits, their housekeeper, and her teenage daughter. Their violent actions to stop the Jesuits from their advocacy for peace and justice for the people of El Salvador helped to bring a new justice advocacy movement to birth. S
ix Adrian Dominican Sisters were among hundreds of activists who gathered in November at the gates of Fort Benning in Columbus, Georgia, to remember those who were slain. Read more
Adrian Dominican Sisters Endorse Statement Decrying U.S. Withdrawal from Paris Climate Agreement
The General Council of the Adrian Dominican Sisters endorses the following statement by the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR) on President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate Agreement.Read more
Sister Xiomara Méndez-Hernández, OP, was one of more than 34,000 people to become United States citizens in mid-September during 316 Naturalization Ceremonies nationwide in celebration of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day. She participated in the Naturalization Ceremony at the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Field Office in Chicago.Read more