Today is just the beginning….in the days ahead we


are called to find our voices, to be good citizens and


work toward the peace and justice that love ​​demands of us!


​Sister Rita Petruziello CSJ   


Today many people are reverting


to tribal thinking, denial, fear, and


hatred, rather than turning to


compassionate, creative solutions


to real challenges of poverty,


climate change, and the many


worldwide forms of injustice.  


Fr. Richard Rohr, OFM


​​​The Mission of Circle the City with Love is to

stand together holding hands in silence

embodying the power of LOVE that brings

healing, peace, and justice to our world.



Dear Friends, 


We are living in a scary world and we need to take action!!

Together we have a tremendous responsibility to speak truth to power and to peacefully advocate for the rights of​ all beings and mother earth. Please join me from your own location around the globe in Standing for Love, the love that demands justice, on Sunday, July 16, 2017 at 3pm EST. As you browse through this website you will see ways/ideas to participate fully in this Movement of Love.


If you'd like to join us in Cleveland, register on our Eventbrite page. You can also look for an event on the Find an Event section of our website. From there, you'll find links or contact information to learn more. If you don't see an event in your area, we hope you'll lead an event in your area. Please let us know if you're planning to lead an event through the Register a New Event section of our website. We'll follow up by email with next steps. We also suggest you like our Facebook Event to receive updated information.


Looking forward to being with you in love on July 16!

Sr. Rita Petruziello CSJ



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In silence everything


reveals its depth and


we find that we are


part of everything


around us . . .


Robert Sardello