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Adrian Dominican Sisters and Co-Workers Describe Link between Environment and Faith

May 2, 2017, Washington, D.C. – A recent article by Global Sisters Report, of The National Catholic Reporter, explores the connection that Catholic Sisters make between the environment, science, and their faith – and how this connection led some to participate in the People’s Climate March on April 29. The article includes interviews with Sister Joan Baustian, OP; Dominican Volunteer Holly Sammons; and Elaine Johnson, Permaculture Specialist. Read the entire article by Elizabeth Eisenstadt Evans.

Feature photo: Elaine Johnson, Adrian Dominican Permaculture Specialist


Article Focuses on Congregation’s Ecological Efforts

July 16, 2015, Detroit, Michigan – From Hope House in the Brightmoor area of Detroit and the other interfaith efforts at sustainability by Voices for Earth Justice, to the permaculture projects at the Adrian Dominican Sisters’ Motherhouse campus, a recent Catholic News Service (CNS) article showcases some of the Congregation’s ecological efforts in Michigan. CNS reporter Dennis Sadowski interviewed Adrian Dominican Associate Patty Gillis and Sisters Janet Stankowski, Patricia Benson, Carol Coston, and Corinne Sanders to learn more about these long-time efforts. Read his entire article, found on the website of CatholicPhilly.com.

http://catholicphilly.com/2015/07/news/national-news/dominican-backed-hope-house-grows-new-life-in-a-detroit-neighborhood/



 

 

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