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June 2020
Church and Benefactors in Philippines Reach Out to People Suffering in COVID-19 Pandemic
The formal experience of the Diocese of Kalookan began on March 14, 2020, when Bishop Pablo Virgilio David called a meeting of the women and men religious and diocesan priests. He announced our need to follow the advice of the Department of Health: to practice social distancing to avoid the spreading of the coronavirus. All Masses and other gatherings were canceled. Bishop David further asked the priests to respond to the various needs of the people, especially for confession.  Read more
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Statement of Adrian Dominican Sisters on Racism

The General Council of the Adrian Dominican Sisters issued the following statement in response to the death of George Floyd.

"We are deeply troubled and distressed by the violent assault on and resulting death of George Floyd, an unarmed African-American man, at the hands of Minneapolis police officers. His anguished cry, "I can't breathe," as an officer pressed his knee into his neck, harkened back to the cries six years ago of Eric Garner, another unarmed African-American man who died in New York police custody..."  Read more
Talk by Prioress Patricia Siemen, OP, Included in Special Edition Book on Laudato Si'

A talk by Adrian Dominican Congregation Prioress Patricia Siemen, OP, in June 2019 is included in a special edition of The Journal of Moral Theology. Sister Patricia offered the concluding keynote address during the inaugural meeting of " Laudato Si' and the U.S. Catholic Church: A Conference Series on Our Common Home," held at Creighton University. Read more
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