“Hear both the cry of the Earth and cry of the poor.”

–Pope Francis

Pandotopia is a network of women religious and others who are radically committed to the vision of integral ecology. We launched the network with a multi-day Blitz in the summer of 2018.

With the Maryknoll Sisters in Monrovia, California, we’re imagining a campus for demonstration, education, and acceleration of a more ecologically balanced and socially just future.

To find out more about Pando at Maryknoll, go here.

Member organizations include Dominican Sisters of Hope, Ossining, NY; Franciscan Sisters of Allegany, Allegany, NY; Franciscan Sisters of the Sacred Heart, IL; Maryknoll Sisters, Ossining, NY and Monrovia, CA; New Perennials Project; Pando Institute; Plante Moran, Religious Institutes Services Group; Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ, Donaldson, IN; Sisters of St. Dominic of Amityville, Amityville, NY; Sisters of St. Joseph of Baden, Baden, PA.

Pandotopia Blitz

Reimagining religious campuses as hubs of community resilience.