Dominican Sisters of Hawthorne

 

Congregation of

Saint Rose of Lima

What's New...

Spread the word... Vocation Day - Our next vocation day will be held on November 15, 2014 at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Home in Atlanta, GA.  Reservations are required.  Read more...

 

Our Lady of the Rosary Chapel, in our Motherhouse is undergoing a renovationRead more...  (posted 9/27/14)

 

In His Love, Summer 2014 - Read our newsletter Online. You will find our latest publication on our Media Section. (posted 9/27/14)

 

Check out our new Sanctity of Life page.  In it you will find link to resources regarding the Dignity of the Human Person and End of Life TopicsRead more...  (posted 9/27/14)

 

Congratulations to our Sisters who received the Holy Habit of the Order, renew their Vows, and made First and Perpetual Profession of Vows.           Read more...

 

The Finding Aides of our Archives have been updated.  Our Community has a wealth of information about Rose Hawthorne, her family and her religious community.  If you are doing research on any of these topics, you might want to see what we have available.  Visit the Archives page...

 

For 75 years, the Sisters have given Atlanta a living explanation of ‘our Catholic faith’ - An article in The Georgia Bulletin By NICHOLE GOLDEN, Staff Writer - Published July 10, 2014    Read the article...

 

 

 

Statement regarding HHS

 

In union with the Catholic Bishops of the United States, the Council of Major Superiors of Women Religious joins with other citizens, Catholic and non-Catholic alike, in calling upon our government to protect and defend the rights and freedoms upon which our nation was founded. We believe that our first and most fundamental freedom, the right to religious liberty and freedom of conscience, is gravely violated by the ruling announced on January 20th by the Department of Health and Human Services. The accommodation announced by President Obama on February 10th does not respect nor safeguard our rights or the rights of others.

 

We join our bishops, other religious leaders and concerned citizens in calling for the mandate to be rescinded and for the broadening of a religious exemption. In love for our country, we continue to pray for a renewed zeal for truth and for the preservation of our God-given rights of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness that are integral to our identity as a nation. In His mysterious Providence, may God be at work in this critical moment in our history to "make all things new" (cf. Revelation 21:5).