Last week, numerous members of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet leadership attended the annual Leadership Conference for Women Religious Conference in Orlando, Florida. As part of the LCWR Assembly, they issued a statement to President Trump, urging diplomacy with North Korea. Their statement reads:

At this critical moment for our country and global community, we – the approximately 650 members of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious gathered in assembly – have discerned the Gospel call to embody love for the sake of the world.

We believe that love is more powerful than fear, dialogue more productive than rhetoric, and connection more transformative than threats of destruction.

We call on President Trump to engage in constructive dialogue and negotiation to resolve the current crisis between the governments of the United States and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea in a manner that guarantees the peace and security that all people seek.

We commit ourselves to promote nonviolence and a compassionate response to the thirst of the world for integrity and communion.

Read more on the LCWR website

   August 14th, 2017      Posted In: In The News, Justice