Join this young adult Ecospirituality Night in conversation with Sr. Joan Brown, OSF, Executive Director of New Mexico Interfaith Power and Light, sharing her thoughts on integral ecology and how spirituality must be a lens to guide work and shift worldviews as we address climate justice and the social, ecological and economic implications.
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Each year for the past ten years, your generous donations have helped provide several students at the University of Central America in El Salvador with the scholarships they need to complete their education. We intend to have an in-person event on the McNichols campus, with a performance by Ballet Folklórico México Lindo at 6:45, traditional Salvadoran […]
Join this young adult Ecospirituality Night in conversation with Sharon Lavigne, Founder of RISE St. James. Sharon will share about her advocacy for environmental justice in Cancer Alley, especially through RISE St. James, a faith-based organization which is known for its success in protecting the local community.
May 23rd marks the day that the Biden Administration is scheduled to end the devastating Title 42 policy that has restricted migrants from making a legal claim for asylum at the U.S.-Mexico border. With the end of this policy now in question, migrant families will vigil at the border and invite you to join them to learn, reflect, and pray. Make sure to light a candle between 3:30 PM ET and 5:00 PM ET on Monday, May 23rd as a symbol of solidarity with these migrants.
Seeking Migration + Ecological Justice on College Campuses CALLING ALL COLLEGE STUDENTS: DEEPEN YOUR SKILLS AS ADVOCATES, ORGANIZERS, AND EDUCATORS FOR ECOLOGICAL AND MIGRATION JUSTICE. Take part in 4 days of networking; sharing goals, challenges, and best practices; sharpening organizing/advocacy skills; praying and learning about the Ignatian call to work for justice; and committing to taking coordinated, collaborative […]
The Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice, or IFTJ, is an annual gathering for members of the Ignatian family (those affiliated with both Jesuit institutions and the larger Catholic Church) to gather in the context of social justice and solidarity to learn, reflect, pray, network, and advocate together. It is a place where people are empowered, […]
This central gathering of Catholic social ministry leaders in the U.S. annually brings together hundreds of participants whose faith inspires them to respond to pressing current domestic and global challenges. This year’s theme, “Blessed are the Peacemakers” (Mt. 5:9), recognizes the call to heal in a world broken by conflict, division, and inequality. Inspired by […]
2018 Ignatian Justice Summit participants. CALLING ALL COLLEGE STUDENTS: DEEPEN YOUR SKILLS AS ADVOCATES, ORGANIZERS, AND EDUCATORS FOR ECOLOGICAL AND MIGRATION JUSTICE. Take part in 4 days of networking; sharing goals, challenges, and best practices; sharpening organizing/advocacy skills; praying and learning about the Ignatian call to work for justice; and committing to taking coordinated, collaborative action […]
Wednesday, December 6, 2-3:15 p.m. ET via Zoom Registration Matthew J. Cressler, Ph.D., will reflect on his webcomic series Bad Catholics, Good Trouble and how you can use it as a Catholic racial justice resource. The first BC/GT story, "An Exception to the Rule," is at true story about the Franciscan sister who was hit […]