The Dominican Sisters of Peace have a short history but a long tradition. The vowed members and associates continue to work for the good of those marginalized and poor. Their recent stance supporting the need for immigration reform is worthy of support.
My association with the Dominican Sisters of Peace began with its beginning on Easter Sunday 2009. This group of 600 vowed religious women works tirelessly to preach the gospel through their lives and through their good works. As they reflect on a world bigger than themselves they reach out to address the needs of the world in small and big ways. They seek to teach through their literacy programs and institutions for education; care for the earth; care for the sick and on and on----with their mission to be women of peace they strive to live peace personally and promote it globally.