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Remembering Sr. Mary Ellen Dow, SND

- Sr. Mary Ellen Dow filled the Trinity community with her grace, joy and deep spiritual commitment to service and social justice.
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Land O’Lakes: Legacy and Leverage

- 50 years after the Land O'Lakes statement on Catholic higher education, we are called to be leaders of a new revolution for racial and social justice, for hope, for charity and peace.
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Sr. Camilla Burns on the “Trinity” who Built Trinity

- Three Sisters of Notre Dame who collaborated on the founding of Trinity were visionary women and also sharp, persistent business executives.
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Founders Day: Julia McGroarty, Champion of Women’s Rights and Education

- Sister Julia McGroarty, SND, and the other SNDs who founded Trinity in 1897 were champions for women's rights and education. On Founders Day 2017, Sisters Mary Johnson, Mary Hayes and Camilla Burns shared their reflections on the work and continuing legacy of the Founders.
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Founders Day: Behold the Work of this Immigrant Woman!

- Sr. Mary Johnson, SND, gave a powerful talk on Founders Day about the legacy of Sr. Julia McGroarty, SND, an immigrant woman who "built big...built beautiful...built to last" We are her heirs at Trinity.
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Founders Day at Trinity: Legacy and Future

- Sister Julia McGroarty, SND, and our SND Founders continue to influence our lives and work at Trinity.
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Legacy and Future: International Religious Women

- Trinity is one of the great legacies of the work of International Sisters in America.
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On Lies and the Truths We Must Tell

- If we hope to preserve our democracy, we must demand truth every day.
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Persistent Women

- Trinity's SND Founders were the original Persistent Women. We carry this great legacy into our teaching and learning at Trinity today.
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Trinity Stands for Justice

- Trinity's mission in social justice demands that we stand against the injustice of the ban on immigrants from certain countries, Muslims and Syrian refugees. Americans must stand up for human rights or our own rights and liberties will also soon fail.
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Patricia A. McGuire, President, Trinity, 125 Michigan Ave. NE, Washington, DC 20017
Phone: 202.884.9050   Email: president@trinitydc.edu


Patricia A. McGuire, President, Trinity, 125 Michigan Ave. NE, Washington, DC 20017
Phone: 202.884.9050   Email: president@trinitydc.edu