In addition to traditional ministries, the Dominican Sisters of Peace embrace Care of Creation as an important area for preaching the Gospel. As ecological issues become increasingly important in the broader Catholic social justice agenda, Sisters have played an important role in educating others on why caring for the Earth is so integrally connected to spirituality. The term "eco-spirituality" reflects the spiritual dimension in the science of ecology that is fostered in eco-spirituality centers of the Dominican Sisters of Peace and in other centers across the United States.
Crown Point Ecology Center
Demonstrating practical applications of ecology, this 130-acre farm and education center is a living laboratory based on principles of spirituality, social justice, and environmental protection, while supporting a 210-family Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Project.
PO Box 484
3220 Ira Rd
Bath, OH 44210
Crystal Spring Center for Earth Learning
Nestled in a small suburban town where the southern New England coast and hills give way to the Bristol lowlands, these gardens and woodland trails provide the setting for Earth festivals, retreats, and workshops about new cosmology values and choices including organic gardening, ecological spirituality, cooking, music, and the arts.
76 Everett Skinner Rd
Plainville, MA 02762
This 80-acre homestead supports an intentional ecumenical Christian community of individuals and families who are committed to living and sharing values of simple living, community, nonviolence, justice and peace, small-scale sustainable organic agriculture, holistic health, alternative energy, and the integration of body, mind, and spirit.
1049 County Rd 390
Pawnee Rock, KS 67567
St Catharine Farm
A leader in sustainable farming and animal husbandry, this 700-acre beef cattle farm serves the Sisters, community, and local farmers.
2645 Bardstown Rd
St. Catharine, KY 40061
Featuring diverse habitats, wildlife, and native flora, as well as chemical-free naturally grown gardens, greenhouses, beehives, free-range turkeys, chickens and sheep, a turf labyrinth, and a system of walking trails, this 160 acres of greenspace is a place of peace, natural beauty, and spiritual refreshment for harried souls.
987 N Waggoner Rd
Blacklick, OH 43004-9505