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Friday, November 17, 2017

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The leaders of 161 Catholic colleges and universities, religious congregations, national organizations, and health care providers, serving people and communities in every state of the nation, have issued a letter to the Trump Administration and Congress. 

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Tuesday, March 22, 2016

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In the busy buzz of daily life, certain moments stand out to me as stark reminders of what I care about. Such was the case a few months ago at church. The reading was about the Baptism of Jesus. Jesus was invited by John to come to the water. In New York, for a couple of days, media sources of all stripes were spilling the...

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Tuesday, January 19, 2016

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Sister Bette Ann Jaster at the Spectra Energy "die-in" in Carmel, NY. Photo c/o Erik McGregor
 

“Do I have passion?” the pastor asked himself in front of the multiethnic congregation. The reading was about the Baptism of Jesus. Jesus was invited by John to come to the water. This morning reminded me again of what I care...

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Tuesday, January 19, 2016

0 Comments / Posted by Sister Bette Ann Jaster

 

Sister Bette Ann Jaster at the Spectra Energy "die-in" in Carmel, NY. Photo c/o Erik McGregor

 

“Do I have passion?” the pastor asked himself in front of the multiethnic congregation. The reading was about the Baptism of Jesus. Jesus was invited by John to come to the water. This morning reminded me again of what I care...

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Monday, October 19, 2015

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 You already know that the 170 Dominican Sisters of Hope are active in fifteen states and Puerto Rico; their ministries include everything from writing books to building homes to dancing, and lots more. But they do more than good works. Here’s what might surprise you: the sisters are technically a corporation, and, as such,...

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Friday, March 13, 2015

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“Concerned about man-made climate change and united by our Catholic faith, we have come together to care for God’s creation, for the poor, who are the most vulnerable to climate disruption, and for our children, who will face the worst impacts in the coming years. We encourage Catholics to renew...

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