North American Dominican Promoters of Justice, Peace and Care of Creation
The North American Justice Promoters priorities:
Climate JusticeWhat role must I take in bringing about a world for all to live sustainably?
Peace & Security for All LifeHow do I see the Holy in the whole of life, embrace the struggle for equality and justice for all, practice nonviolence, and love those I see as “other”?
Migration & ImmigrationHow do I welcome the stranger?
Human TraffickingWhat can I do to advocate for laws that protect victims of human trafficking and hold accountable those who enable it?
Economic JusticeWhat steps must I take to bring about a world in which the common good of all is realized? What changes can I make to my lifestyle to reflect this commitment?
Sisters frustrated at COP27 leaders’ ambivalence in implementing climate mitigation funds
Catholic sisters are among thousands of activists raising concerns about the slow progress of COP27 United Nations climate talks, saying that negotiations on the financial aspect — specifically a loss and damage fund — risks the likelihood nations will deliver and build upon climate commitments made in Glasgow last year. This year’s U.N. climate change conference, taking […]
Dominican Month for Peace
We are Part of a Worldwide Network
We call the Dominican Family to lift our voice toward “an even wider ‘we’ [that] will help renew the human family, build a future of justice and peace, and ensure that no one is left behind.” (Pope Francis, World Day of Migrants and Refugees, 2021.)
These efforts are augmented by our Dominican presence at the United Nations in New York, Geneva, Nairobi, and Vienna.