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"Our commitment to reconciliation demands that we promote             justice and peace."

 

Constitutions of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd

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By Sr. Glynis Mary McManamon, RGS

Prayer for Peace

Blessed are the Peacemakers,
for they shall be known as the Children of God.
But I say to you that hear, love your enemies,
do good to those who hate you,
bless those who curse you,
pray for those who abuse you.
To those who strike you on the cheek, offer the other also,
and from those who take away your cloak,
do not withhold your coat as well.
Give to everyone who begs from you,
and of those who take away your goods, do not ask them again.
And as you wish that others would do to you, do so to them.

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Mission Statement
 
The National Advocacy Center offers education through processes and strategies that address social justice issues and advocates for the transformation of society to the benefit of all people.
 
The center reflects the spirituality, history and mission of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd, working in solidarity with the disenfranchised - particularly families, women, and children.
 
The National Advocacy Center:
 

   Amplifies the Good Shepherd corporate voice by linking our direct services to work for change in the structures of society.

♥   Builds awareness and stimulates social action related to legislative priorities and relevant social justice issues.

  Prepares educational materials for Good Shepherd groups in the United States, including weekly listserv updates, monthly legislative faxes and quarterly newsletters.

  Lobbies and fosters relationships with members of Congress and their staffs from districts where Good Shepherd Sisters and agencies are present.

  Prepares and disseminates appropriate public statements and participates in relevant public events.

   Collaborates with the Good Shepherd NGO representative at the United Nations in New York to support international advocacy efforts.

♥   Joins with other human needs advocacy organizations in coalitions to strengthen the voice for social justice.

 

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