Adrian Dominican Sisters

The Adrian Dominican Sisters staunchly opposed the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003 and called for a withdrawal of U.S. troops. Today, Iraq is afflicted with violence, sectarian strife, and the takeover by extremists of northern territories, leaving tens of thousands of Christians and other minorities displaced. We call on President Obama and Congress to pressure the governments of Iraq and Kurdistan to provide security and infrastructure for Internally Displaced persons – and to expedite resettlement and increase quotas for Iraqis awaiting immigration to the United States.

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Sisters of Charity of Nazareth

We, the following members and associates of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, Kentucky, a community of Roman Catholic sisters and associate members based at Nazareth, Kentucky, call on the government of the United States to end the war in Iraq.
We affirm the sanctity of life, and we support peace as God’s plan for human interaction. We believe this war is unjustified and has caused wrongful loss of life and untold destruction of the environment.
For these reasons we charge our government to end this war, make peace in Iraq and address the needs for healing and reconciliation the war has caused in our world.
May 25, 2004

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