By Sister JoAnn Mark, ASC We are well into 2021, but I am still thinking about last year’s lingering lessons about peace and justice. What… Read More »What 2020 Taught Me About Peace and Justice
At heart of our mission, we are called to walk alongside those who face injustice. Here you will find posts and resources on social justice, advocacy, and good citizenship so you can walk with us.
In an age and culture that value individualism, is there room for human fraternity and solidarity? Last Fall, Pope Francis challenged us to work for… Read More »Pope Francis’ Guide for Achieving the Common Good
Amanda Gorman, the 22-year-old American poet and activist from Los Angeles, captured the hearts of many of us when she delivered her poem, “The Hill… Read More »Amanda Gorman’s Inaugural Poem and What It Stirs in Me
We, the Adorers of the US Region, strive to advocate, educate and act to embody the vision and values of St. Maria de Mattias’ charism and spirituality.
The Adorers of the Blood of Christ, US Region, applaud the decision of the Supreme Court to allow the DACA program to remain in place. … Read More »The Adorers on the Supreme Court’s DACA Decision
We know our hearts must continue to be changed as we work for systemic reforms. We commit to our on-going conversion and to advocate and educate for equal justice for all. We support the Leadership Conference of Women Religious in their condemnation of the murder of George Floyd. We stand in solidarity with the National Black Sisters’ Conference as we affirm their history and heritage as expressed in their statement.
The Adorers of the Blood of Christ, U.S. Region, are joining faith leaders from throughout the country in a call for a national Day of… Read More »A Call to Mourn the Nation’s Dead of Covid-19