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Our Mission
As Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament, we believe God calls us to be a sign in the world of the power of the Eucharistic Christ to effect unity and community among all peoples.

Working for Social Justice can take many paths; whichever path we take we will walk with Jesus.
Saint Katharine Drexel

Novena in honor of St. Katharine Drexel: February 22 through March 2
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Saint Josephine Bakhita
Born c. 1869 in Olgossa, Darfur, Sudan
Died 8 February 1947, Italy
Year of beatification 1992 (17 May)
Year of canonization 2000 (1 October) Saint Katharine Drexel also

Feast Day 8 February

St Josephine Bakhita, also known as ‘Mother Moretta’ (our Black Mother) bore 144 physical scars throughout her life which were received after she was kidnapped at the age of nine and sold into slavery.http://preghieracontrotratta.org/
May each one of us feel committed to being a voice for our brothers and sisters, who have been humiliated in their dignity. Let us all pray …

(Pope Francis: Angelus Prayer February 8, 2015)

http://preghieracontrotratta.org/


 

USCCB Committee On Migration Chair Strongly Opposes Executive Order Because It Harms Vulnerable Refugee And Immigrant Families

January 27, 2017

refugeesWASHINGTON—President Donald J. Trump issued today an Executive Order addressing the U.S. refugee admissions program and migration to the United States, generally. The executive order virtually shuts down the refugee admissions program for 120 days, reduces the number of refugees to be admitted to the United States this year from 110,000 to 50,000 individuals, and indefinitely suspends the resettlement of Syrian refugees. In addition, it prioritizes religious minorities suffering from religious persecution, thereby deprioritizing all other persons fleeing persecution; calls for a temporary bar on admission to the United States from a number of countries of particular concern (all Muslim majority); and imposes a yet-to-be determined new vetting process for all persons seeking entry to the United States.


http://www.usccb.org/news/2017/17-026.cfm


                                 

       Resources:
https://networklobby.or
https://paxchristiusa.org/
http://blackandindianmission.org/http://www.usccb.org/issues-and-action/cultural-diversity/native-american/
http://www.usccb.org/issues-and-action/cultural-diversity/african-american/

Justice Committee Members:
Sr. Jean Olmstead, Joyce Hadley, Hilda Wiltz, ASBS, Carole Blanks, ASBS, Sr. Zoe Brenner, Chairperson, Sr. Pat Downs


 

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