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Statement of the Adrian Dominican Sisters on the Shooting at Tree of Life Synagogue
Statement of the Adrian Dominican Sisters on the Shooting at Tree of Life Synagogue

October 30, 2018, Adrian, MichiganThe General Council of the Adrian Dominican Sisters issued the following statement in response to the recent murder of 11 people at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh.

Our hearts ache at the horrific anti-Semitic crime that has claimed the lives of 11 of our Jewish brothers and sisters at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, and injured six other people, including four police officers. We pray for the victims, their grieving families and friends, and the surrounding Squirrel Hill community as they mourn and seek healing. 

There is no place in our country for the white nationalist rhetoric and too-often ensuing violence that has been savagely leveled against our black, brown, Muslim, Jewish, Native American, immigrant, and LBGTQ brothers and sisters. We are all God’s children, together comprising the beloved community of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream as inspired by Jesus.

We join with all people of faith and goodwill who refuse to let hatred and fear find a place in our hearts, kindling instead our capacity to love. 

Members of the General Council of the Adrian Dominican Congregation are Sisters Patricia Siemen, OP, Prioress; Sister Mary Margaret Pachucki, OP, Vicaress and General Councilor; Sister Frances Nadolny, OP, Administrator and General Councilor; and Sisters Patricia Harvat, OP, and Elise D. García, OP, General Councilors.







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Avatar  Helen 1 days agoReply

Thank you

Avatar  Teri last weekReply

Well written and so so true.. XO--Teri

Avatar  Jackie Spanbauer Chlebeck last weekReply

I am heartsick and "soul-sick" as our world seems to implode upon itself. The violence becomes something that threatens to inure our feelings, it being far too common. Prayers to our Blessed Mother to help us sustain our faith during these times of indescribable visceral images that reflect reality.

Avatar  Beti Leone 2 weeks agoReply

Thanks for your leadership, clarity, solidarity.



 

 

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