Virtual Posadas: In Search of Shelter and Protection

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Join us from December 16-24 in a daily virtual experience of music, art, prayer, reflection, and action as we journey with the Holy Family and migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border in search of shelter and protection. Learn more | Register

JVC COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS: SHOWING UP AS AN ALLY AND ACCOMPLICE

Zoom Virtual event, CA

While the pandemic was at its height so was hate crimes against Asians, there was a series of high-profile killing of Black Americans and a rush of people purchasing books about being anti-racist. Now what? The fight for justice continues. How are you showing up as an accomplice, ally, co-conspirator and what do all these […]

22nd O’Connor Conference on Life

Georgetown University 3700 O St. NW, Washington, DC

Georgetown University · 21 The largest collegiate pro-life conference in America will be held virtually on January 30, 2021. The O'Connor Conference, back for its 22nd year, will center on the theme of “Global Pro-Life Approaches in the 21st Century.” The event will feature a distinguished panel of pro-life advocates who will examine how to […]

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Killing in Our Name: Federal Executions and Pro-life Witness

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RSVP link As the end of his administration approaches, President Trump has restarted the use of the federal death penalty. Since July there have been 10 executions with another three before he leaves office. These federal executions are the first in 17 years and raise critical moral, human, and policy choices for the nation and […]

JFAN DC Winter 2021 Virtual Luncheon: Higher Education in a Post-Pandemic World

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Registration link You're invited to attend the Jesuit Friends & Alumni Network's Winter 2021 Virtual Luncheon, "Higher Education in a Post Pandemic World." We are pleased to join with and support the John Carroll Society of the Archdiocese of Washington to welcome John J. DeGioia, President of Georgetown University, as speaker. The event registration is being handled […]

Paint & Praise

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Rise and Thrive Paint & Praise is an event led by resident scholars raising funds for Thrive for Life Prison Project's Ignacio House of Studies. The theme of the evening is "Thrive" and what it means to Thrive in your life. We will provide a suggested image to paint and walk you through it. You […]

$15

An Online Dialogue on Faithful Priorities for a New Administration and a New Congress

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Registration link The day of the discussion, all who have RSVP’d will receive an email with a link and step-by-step instructions on how to join the livestream. The new year brings a new presidential administration and a new and closely divided Congress in the United States. President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will […]

Faithful Priorities for a New Administration and a New Congress

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The day of the discussion, all who have RSVPed will receive an email with a link and step-by-step instructions on how to join the livestream. The new year brings a new presidential administration and a new and closely divided Congress in the United States. President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will face daunting […]

The First 100 Days

Virtual

This month brings new Congress and Administration and with it new opportunities to protect and defend forcibly displaced people. The new policymakers will bring change and opportunity for policies with impacts on refugees and those seeking protection from persecution, conflict, and violence, among other things. On Jan. 19, join JRS/USA for a live virtual panel […]

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Ibram X. Kendi to speak at 28th annual MLK Convocation

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Registration link New York Times bestselling and National Book Award-winning author Ibram X. Kendi will speak at Loyola University Maryland's annual Martin Luther King, Jr., Convocation on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021, at 7 p.m. The convocation, “Uprooting Racism and Inequality: Antiracist Educator and Scholar Ibram Kendi in conversation with Karsonya Wise Whitehead,” will be livestreamed. […]

A Laudato Si’ Focus on Environmental Justice Webinar Part 1

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Register for Webinar Nearly thirty years ago, the U.S. Catholic Conference of Catholic Bishops stated: “At its core, the environmental crisis is a moral challenge. It calls us to examine how we use and share the goods of the earth, what we pass on to future generations, and how we live in harmony with God's […]

Virtual Book Launch: Ecumenical and Interreligious Guidebook: CARE FOR OUR COMMON HOME

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Registration link Catholic Climate Covenant, along with our partners, proudly invites you to a virtual book launch and related webinar for: Ecumenical and Interreligious Guidebook: CARE FOR OUR COMMON HOME -- Jointly published by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Catholic Association of Diocesan Ecumenical and Interreligious Officers, and Catholic Climate Covenant. Details: Monday, […]

Liberation, Memory, and the Healing of Historical Trauma

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Join the Farkas Center for Louis and Rachel de Groot International Holocaust Remembrance Day as we explore the timely question... How do we, as people of conscience, respond to injustice? Wednesday, January 27, 2021 from 4:00-6:00 PST Contact us at: farkascenter@gmail.com or (415) 702-0696 Co-sponsored by : Bishop O’Dowd, Religious Studies Department, and Las Lomas […]

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Discerning Solidarity

Zoom Virtual event, CA

Join this panel and conversation on understanding the Catholic commitment to solidarity, and exploring how we navigate the complications and tensions of participating in social justice movements while maintaining fidelity to our Catholic identities and teaching.

The Nonviolent Shift: The Catholic Church and the Growing Call to Gospel Nonviolence with Dr. Ken Butigan, DePaul University

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RSVP to ICTC@seattleu.edu; access details will be available closer to the event. Nonviolence is a spiritual journey, a way of life, a method for social change, and a universal ethic. Pope Francis has increasingly called on the Church and the world to embrace Gospel nonviolence in our lives and in the struggle for a more just, […]

Twenty-second Annual Cardinal O’Connor Conference on Life

The Cardinal O'Connor Conference on Life, the largest collegiate pro-life conference in the United States, is coming back for its 22nd year on January 30th, 2021! This event strives to promote intellectually rigorous discourse on the dignity of human life. We aim to encourage discussion among men and women of all faiths and backgrounds, including […]

The 21st Annual Kennedy Lecture: Who Are My Brothers and Sisters? Being the Good Samaritan in Today’s World.

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Register for Webinar Joan Rosenhauer is the Executive Director of Jesuit Refugee Service/USA. In this role, Joan leads the organization’s efforts in the U.S. to fulfill its mission – to accompany, serve, and advocate for refugees and displaced people in over 50 countries around the world. Prior to joining JRS, she was an Executive Vice […]

Press Briefing – Asylum Seeker Panel

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Asylum seekers in Nogales, Sonora with the Kino Border Initiative who have been subject to metering, Migrant Protection Protocols, and/or Title 42, will host a press briefing to respond to President Biden’s Executive Orders related to the U.S.-Mexico border.

Solidarity on Tap – Tracey Horan, S.P.

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The Ignatian Solidarity Network invites you to virtual Solidarity on Tap with Tracey Horan, S.P. on Wednesday, February 3 at 9PM ET/6PM PT. Enjoy fellowship and hear powerful reflections from members of the network engaged in work for justice—from a screen near you! Learn more and RSVP at igsol.net/SOT About: Tracey Horan, S.P., is a […]

Truth and Reconciliation: The Sin of Jesuit Slaveholding

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Register The Office of Intercultural Affairs at Loyola Marymount University, as part of the CSJ Center 2021 Symposium and the LMU Anti-Racism Project,  is hosting a virtual forum with the Jesuit Community on February 4 from 4-5:30 pm. Truth and Reconciliation: The Sin of Jesuit Slaveholding will feature panelists: Fr. Tim Kesicki, SJ, President of […]

Truth and Reconciliation: The Sin of Jesuit Slaveholding

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The Loyola Marymount University Office of Intercultural Affairs, as part of the Center for Social Justice 2021 Symposium and the LMU Anti-Racism Project, is hosting a virtual forum with the Jesuit Community on February 4 from 4-5:30 pm PT. Truth and Reconciliation: The Sin of Jesuit Slaveholding will feature panelists: Fr. Tim Kesicki, S.J., president of the Jesuit Conference, Cheryllyn Branche, president of the GU272 Descendants Association and Danielle Harrison, co-director of the Slavery, History, Memory and Reconciliation Project.

Feb 8th: St. Josephine Bakhita & The international day of prayer and awareness against human trafficking

Online Zoom Call (Please register for this event.)

Join us Feb 8th: St. Josephine Bakhita & The international day of prayer and awareness against human trafficking... Millions of victims of trafficking suffer in the world today... our brothers and sisters. Please join us Feb. 8th to find out how you can help combat human trafficking and what the Catholic Church is doing to […]

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Novena of Grace: Heal Our Hearts for a Mission of Mercy (9-day online retreat)

Online

This Lent, we invite you to take one hour a day for a retreat in the midst of daily life. Join us for any or all of the nine days of beautiful song, scripture, inspiring preaching, time for reflection and heartfelt prayers within the context of a contemplative prayer service. Pray with a welcoming faith-filled […]

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Becoming Anti-Racist During a Racial Reckoning

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  Click Here to Register Take part in a Q&A with Nate Sessoms, Ph.D., Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Antiracism expert, on his presentation "Becoming Anti-Racist During a Racial Reckoning." Participants will be invited to watch the presentation ahead of time, in which Sessoms details the history of anti-racism, presents and reviews shared language, and proposes […]

Keeping the Faith in a Violent Society – The Role of Ignatian Spirituality in My Faith Formation

Zoom Virtual event, CA

Featured Webinar Speaker: Isaiah “Ike” McKinnon, Ph.D., Jesuit educated, former deputy mayor and chief of police of the City of Detroit, retired associate professor of education at the University of Detroit Mercy, author, and graduate of the FBI National Academy and the United States Secret Service School. In the wake of the police killing of […]

Virtual Arrupe Leaders Summit 1

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The ISN Arrupe Leaders Summit invites emerging student leaders and faculty/parish chaperones from high schools and parishes nationwide to deepen their understanding of “a faith that does justice,” share ideas and resources for social justice programming, and become empowered to effect positive social change in their local and global communities.

Policing and Race – The Reimagining Public Safety Series

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Register Policing and Race is the first webinar in the University of San Francisco's Reimagining Public Safety Series. Join four thought leaders who will discuss the current state of race and policing in the United States and the movement to reshape public safety policy. Speakers include: Chesa Boudin, District Attorney of San Francisco Derick Brown, […]

Emergence: A Creation Care Gathering for Young Catholics

Zoom Virtual event, CA

Join Catholic Climate Covenant for 'Emergence: A Creation Care Gathering for Young Catholics,' kicking off a new Youth and Young Adult Mobilization program, which seeks to inspire, animate, and nourish creation care among young Catholics in the United States.

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Emergence: A Creation Care Gathering for Young Catholics

Online

Across the country, youth climate activists are mobilizing people to protect the planet. In 2021, Loyola's Virtual Climate Change Conference will focus on how we can amplify the voices of these young activists. 

Virtual Arrupe Leaders Summit 2

Online

The ISN Arrupe Leaders Summit invites emerging student leaders and faculty/parish chaperones from high schools and parishes nationwide to deepen their understanding of “a faith that does justice,” share ideas and resources for social justice programming, and become empowered to effect positive social change in their local and global communities.

Live Stations of the Cross with Fr. James Martin, SJ

Virtual

Lent brings an opportunity to pray and reflect in solidarity with our forcibly displaced brothers and sisters around the world. Join JRS/USA for a live reading of the Stations of the Cross with Fr. James Martin, SJ. Join us, as we accompany Jesus on his journey, as we reflect in solidarity and pray for displaced […]

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Just Universities?: Practicing Solidarity in Difficult Times

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Dr. Julie Rubio, professor of social ethics, at the Jesuit School of Theology at Santa Clara University, and Dr. Gerald J. Beyer, associate professor of Christian ethics at Villanova University, will discuss how Catholic social teaching might shape university responses to current pressing issues, including worker justice, diversity and inclusion, and admissions/financial aid. As universities, […]

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Solidarity on Tap – Trena and Kevin Yonkers Talz

Online

The Ignatian Solidarity Network invites you to virtual Solidarity on Tap with Trena and Kevin Yonkers-Talz on Wednesday, March 3 at 9PM ET/6PM PT. Enjoy fellowship and hear powerful reflections from members of the network engaged in work for justice—from a screen near you! Learn more and RSVP at igsol.net/SOT About: Over the last 22 […]

Novena of Grace: Heal Our Hearts for a Mission of Mercy (9-day online retreat)

Online

This Lent, we invite you to take one hour a day for a retreat in the midst of daily life. Join us for any or all of the nine days of beautiful song, scripture, inspiring preaching, time for reflection and heartfelt prayers within the context of a contemplative prayer service. Pray with a welcoming faith-filled […]

Free

Mission Driven Hiring for Equity, Diversity, and Cultural Competence

Online

  Click Here to Register   Join a Q&A session with Terri Jackson and Christina Vela on Mission-Driven Hiring for Equity, Diversity, and Cultural Competence with fellow educators. Participants will be invited to watch a presentation ahead of time, in which Jackson and Vela take a look at the current demographic make up of the […]

Wardell-Ghirarduzzi presents webinar “A Call to Conversion: Eliminating Anti-Blackness as a Jesuit Catholic University”

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Click Here to Register   Mary J. Wardell-Ghirarduzzi, PhD, vice provost & chief diversity officer at the University of San Francisco (USF) will present a webinar titled, A Call to Conversion: Eliminating anti-Blackness as a Jesuit Catholic University on Wednesday, March 10, 2021 from 4 – 5:30 p.m. The purpose of Wardell-Ghirarduzzi’s talk is to help Ignatian educators […]

Olga Segura to Present Black Lives Matter Movement Through Lens of Christianity

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Click Here to Register Presented by the Canisius Academy and co-sponsored by the Center for Catholic Studies, Olga M. Segura will virtually deliver the fourth annual Canisius Academy Lecture, based on her just-published book Birth of a Movement: Black Lives Matter and the Catholic Church. In April of 2019, upon signing her first publishing contract with […]

Lessons within Reach: The Space Between Truth, Social Justice, and What it Means ‘to be Maligned’

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Click Here to Register Antoinette Jackson, Ph.D., professor and chair of Anthropology at the University of South Florida (USF) in Tampa and director of the USF Heritage Research Lab, will deliver the 2021 Humanities Symposium virtual keynote address on Thursday, March 11, at 7 p.m. via Zoom. The keynote titled, "Lessons within Reach: The Space Between […]

Loyola University Chicago Climate Change Conference

Online

Across the country, youth climate activists are mobilizing people to protect the planet. In 2021, Loyola's Virtual Climate Change Conference will focus on how we can amplify the voices of these young activists. 

Webinar: Leading Catholic Ethicist to Speak on the Public Responsibility of Catholic Higher Education

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Register Saint Louis University’s Department of Theological Studies will host a public webinar featuring Fordham University professor Rev. Bryan N. Massingale. The webinar is titled: “Men and Women for Others” in a Changing America: The Public Responsibility of Catholic Higher Education. The webinar is slated for 12 p.m. Wednesday, March 17. Topics will include how Ignatian […]

Pope Francis’ Vision for a Synodal Church with Austen Ivereigh

Online

Photo by Osservatore Romano Christian Life Community in the Metro New York area is delighted to host an online Lenten morning of reflection with renowned author Dr. Austen Ivereigh who will speak on “The People of God inside the Tent of Meeting: Pope Francis' Vision for a Synodal Church." The morning features a talk by […]

Climate Change and Catholicism: Climate Justice as Essential to Catholic Mission

Zoom Virtual event, CA

Daniel R. DiLeo, Ph.D., director of the Justice and Peace Studies Program at Creighton University, will outline why sustainability and prophetic action to address climate change are essential—and not just optional add-ons—to the mission of Catholic institutions. Learn why this isn’t always understood as such and ways to strengthen communities’ appreciation of/commitment to these connections. […]

Solidarity on Tap – Mary Wardell Ghirarduzzi, Ph.D.

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  The Ignatian Solidarity Network invites you to virtual Solidarity on Tap with Mary Wardell-Ghirarduzzi, Ph.D. on Wednesday, March 24 at 9PM ET/6PM PT. Enjoy fellowship and hear powerful reflections from members of the network engaged in work for justice—from a screen near you! Learn more and RSVP at igsol.net/SOT About: Dr. Mary Wardell-Ghirarduzzi brings […]

Life, Young Latinos, and COVID-19: Where Do We Go From Here?

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On March 30, the day of the discussion, all who have RSVP’d will receive an email with a link and step-by-step instructions on how to join the livestream. A year after the COVID-19 pandemic shut down the United States and the world, many are reflecting on the past year and where we go from here. […]

Solve Climate by 2030: Nationwide Virtual Teach-in on Climate Solutions and Justice

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The Center for Environmental Policy at Bard College is organizing simultaneous power dialog webinars, one in every state in the country, to hear from climate solutions experts across the nation about ambitious but feasible actions in their state to get on track to solving climate by 2030. Faculty at all levels and across the curriculum can assign viewing of […]

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Wrestling With Whiteness Program

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Register Wrestling With Whiteness, a program of the Jesuits West Collaborative Organizing for Racial Equity (CORE). The program will run the 5 Thursdays after Easter 2021: April 8th, April 15th, April 22nd, April 29th and May 6th at 3:30pm-5:30pmPT / 6:30pm-8:30pm EST.Jesuits West Collaborative Organizing for Racial Equity (CORE) Outcomes: This training will create a […]

Care of Creation

Online

This month, our expert panelists will take a look at the massive environmental challenges we face and our responsibilities to address them. What exactly does it mean to care for creation, particularly for people of faith? How do the impacts of climate change affect the poor, marginalized and most vulnerable among us? And what are […]

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Beyond Laudato Si’: Embracing the Challenge of Franciscan Eco-Spirituality in the Age of Pope Francis

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To the mark the 51th anniversary of Earth Day and the 6th anniversary of Pope Francis' landmark encyclical on climate change and environmental ethics, Laudato Si', Gonzaga welcomes Daniel P. Horan, OFM, Ph.D., to campus to offer a lecture entitled, Beyond Laudato Si': Embracing the Challenge of Franciscan Eco-Spirituality in the Age of Pope Francis. […]

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Immigration Challenges and Choices: People, Principles, and Policies

Online

RSVP: bit.ly/ImmigrationChallenges On April 15, the day of the dialogue, all who have RSVP’d will receive an email with a link and step-by-step instructions on how to join the livestream. The United States has a new president with new policies on immigration and refugees. There is a new Congress with old divisions. Developments on the […]

Strategic Planning for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

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Click Here to Register Join a Q&A session with Deborale Richardson-Phillips, Ph.D. and Carlos Jiménez on Strategic Planning for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Anti-Racism with fellow educators. Participants will be invited to watch presentations from Richardson-Phillips and Jiménez ahead of time. In her presentation, Diversity & Inclusion Strategic Planning: Moving from Compliance to Consciousness, Richardson-Phillips guides participants […]

HERE I AM

A native of New Orleans who began her studies at Georgetown in 2017 at the age of 63, Mélisande Short-Colomb is a direct descendant of Abraham Mahoney and Mary Ellen Queen who were among the 314 members of the group known today as the GU272, enslaved people owned and sold by the Maryland Jesuits in […]

Why Does the Church Care About Climate Change?

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Please join the SFX Jesuit Community to share an hour with featured webinar speaker: Brian Henning, Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy & Environmental Studies at Gonzaga University Date:  Thursday, April 15, 2021 Time:  6:30 PM MST/AZ Time – 7:30 PM MST/AZ Time Please register to attend this webinar.

Father of Environmental Justice Visits JCU: Dr. Robert Bullard

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Dr. Robert Bullard- the Father of Environmental Justice- speaks with John Carroll University about how climate change is the defining global environmental justice, human rights and public health issue of the twenty-first century. The most vulnerable populations in the United States and around the world will suffer the earliest and most damaging setbacks because of […]

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Understanding Hate and Anti-Asian Racism

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Register Saint Joseph's University's “Unlimited Learning” series — an opportunity for lifelong learners to engage with University experts and content through virtual events — is hosting the webinar "Understanding Hate and Anti-Asian Racism." From 2019 to 2020, according to a recent analysis, the number of hate crimes targeting Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) rose in […]

“The Condor & The Eagle” Screening and Discussion

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Catholic Climate Covenant is blessed to invite you on April 20th to a special screening and panel discussion of The Condor & The Eagle, an award-winning documentary that follows four Indigenous leaders embarking on an adventure from the Canadian boreal forest in North America to the heart of the Amazon jungle in South America. Their path through […]

Earth, Spirit, and Race: Confronting America’s Legacy of Food Injustice and Discrimination

Online

Register Chattel slavery, institutional racism, and government policies alienated enslaved people and their descendants from the land. This continues to result in food insecurity, poor health, and property loss. Today, less than 2 percent of working farms are owned by Black Americans. Activists, gardeners, authors, and farmers are rediscovering Black America’s rich agricultural heritage and […]

Earth, Spirit, and Race: Confronting America’s Legacy of Food Injustice and Discrimination

Online

Chattel slavery, institutional racism, and government policies alienated enslaved people and their descendants from the land. This continues to result in food insecurity, poor health, and property loss. Today, less than 2 percent of working farms are owned by Black Americans. Activists, gardeners, authors, and farmers are rediscovering Black America’s rich agricultural heritage and its […]

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“Kiss the Ground” Viewing and Webinar

Online

Film Viewing: What if there was a simple solution that could help balance our climate, replenish our freshwater supplies, and feed the world? That solution is right under our feet. Registration is now open to view this year’s featured film, Kiss the Ground, as part of your events for Faith Climate Action Week’s theme of “Sacred Ground: […]

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A Parish Journey for Racial Justice: Saint Ignatius Baltimore

Online

        In the wake of George Floyd’s murder last summer, Baltimore’s St. Ignatius Parish community committed to respond. That meant doing the hard work of antiracism through reflection and action. Parish task force director, Toni Moore-Duggan, and member, Eric Clayton, talk about the task force’s work to raise awareness around these efforts, […]

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Laudato Si’ for 9 Hours

Online

Join Santa Clara University in reading Laudato Si' over a period of 9 hours. Readers or groups can sign up for a slot and read for 20 minutes. Sign up here.

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Building a Career in Sustainability Webinar: Advice From Supply Chain Experts

Online

Leaders in sustainable supply chain management create sourcing relationships with environmentally sound and socially just upstream producers worldwide, with the goal of creating organizations in service to a sustainable and equitable future. Join this conversation to hear from thought leaders who have been at the forefront of building sustainable supply chains to learn how they […]

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Earth Day 2021: Restore Our Common Home

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This year’s Earth Day program theme is “Restore Our Common Home”, a theme that addresses how as people of faith we must urgently act to not only protect but restore God’s beautiful gift of creation. The one-hour educational and prayer program is the perfect way for our families, parishes, schools, and religious communities to prepare for the […]

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Earth Day Meditation

Online

Join us for an ecological examen led by Karin Botto, assistant vice president for human resources at LeMoyne College. Register here for a Zoom link to the meditation.

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The Cry of the Earth and the Cry of the Poor

Virtual

Learn more about the link between climate and migration at a virtual Lunch and Learn on April 22 from 12-1 pm. Register for free at creationandmigration.eventbrite.com. Open to all people of good will who try to defend life, the integrity of creation, peace, and the common good. Hosted by the Archdiocese of Indianapolis Catholic Charities- […]

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Webinar: Practical Ways to Support Earth on Earth Day 2021

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Join us for a webinar on Practical Ways to Support Earth on Earth Day 2021. Panelists will be: Donald McCrimmon, McDevitt research associate; Hilary McManus; Bernard Arogyaswamy, professor of management, and; Haley Synan ’21, environmental science major, and Karin Botto will moderate. Click here to register for the webinar.  

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Earth Talks

Online

Join us for the 2nd edition of Earth Talks, a virtual event of short, 5-minute presentations by SU faculty, students, staff, and community partners. This year’s theme is Unifying for Climate--Climate Solutions for a Just World. Presentations will include research, service, community projects, artwork, and creative performances such as poetry and music. The event takes place on Earth Day, […]

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(b)Earth Day Party

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Earth Day, April 22, is a chance to celebrate gifts provided by our planet and nature. Join us Loyola’s annual (b)Earth Day Party is a celebration and reflection on the sustainability achievements of the past year. It is a time to recognize sustainability leaders within our midst and Loyola accomplishments. It’s a time to have fun and […]

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Webinar: Catholics and Creation Care

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Did you know that Caring for Creation is part of our Catholic Social Teaching? We invite everyone to join us for a Catholics and Creation Care webinar with our very own Dr. Catherine Wright, who has recently published a practical guide on Pope Francis’s second encyclical writing, Laudato Si': On Care of Our Common Home. […]

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Solidarity Vigil for the Sikh Community

Online

Thursday, April 22nd 5-7pm PT / 8-10pm ET One week after #Indianapolis Join us for a multiracial interfaith vigil to grieve and stand in solidarity with the Sikh community one week after the mass shooting in Indianapolis. The massacre is touching the open wound of decades-long racial trauma. In the wake of the verdict over […]

To Know the World: Advancing curriculum and faculty development for sustainability in higher education

Online

Join us April 26 from 4:00-5:00PM (PT) for a seminar by Dr. Mitchell Thomashow who will provide rationales, narratives, and approaches for environmental learning from his new book “To Know the World”. Dr. Thomashow will describe that the major challenges of our time—migration, race, inequity, climate justice, and democracy—connect to the biosphere and our relationship to the biosphere should be […]

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A Pathway to Citizenship: The Role of the Community

Online

Register Join A Faith That Does Justice for a discussion about the challenges facing immigrants in the United States and the current proposed legislation to create pathways to citizenship. Learn how you can support the immigrant community. We are pleased to welcome immigration experts to the conversation: · Iván Espinoza-Madrigal, Executive Director, Lawyers for Civil Rights […]

Owning Slavery, Pursuing Justice, Seeking Reconciliation

Virtual

RSVP The Jesuits in the United States owned slaves. In 1838, the Jesuits sold 272 men, women, and children and used some of the proceeds to support Georgetown University. In 2015, Georgetown President John J. DeGioia established a Working Group on Slavery, Memory, and Reconciliation, which led to dialogue with and apology to descendants and […]

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Young and Latino Leaders on Immigration: Continuing Challenges, New Urgency, Time for Action

Online

On May 4, the day of the discussion, all who have RSVP’d will receive an email with a link and step-by-step instructions on how to join the livestream. This urgent United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) and Georgetown University gathering will bring together young, diverse leaders from the border, on policy, in the Church, […]

Immigration: What is Happening?

Online

Join Saint Francis Xavier Parish for a virtual event, Immigration: What is Happening?, with featured speaker José Arnulfo Cabrera, director of education and advocacy for the Ignatian Solidarity Network. In this webinar, you will better understand how to talk about immigration. The discussion will focus on answering: What has changed? What will change? We will discuss […]

Laudato Si Dialogue on Education

Online

Leaders from renowned institutions across the globe will share practical experiences about how they use Laudato Si’ to inspire students, and they’ll offer tips to other institutional leaders seeking to do the same in their part of the world. Moderator: Amy Echeverria (Columban Missionaries) Jacqui Remond, LISTEN (Australia) Séverine Deneulin, Laudato Si’ Research Institute, University […]

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Laudato Si Dialogue on Energy and Fossil Fuels: Global Catholic Divestment Drumbeat

Online

An online dialogue to raise awareness about the role of energy and fossil fuels in the crisis of our common home, including health impacts, while bringing attention to the Vatican’s divestment guidelines and the largest faith and Catholic divestment commitment to date. The panel will encourage the audience to consider the importance of ethical investment […]

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Sowing Hope for the Planet / Creation Care Prayer Network.

Online

Eco-spirituality brings hope to a troubled world. Please join us for an opportunity to share in the fruitfulness of the work of Sowing Hope for the Planet. In this session, we will journey with men and women religious engaged in promoting Laudato Si'. We will celebrate stories of ecological conversion, both personal and communal. Examples […]

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Global Action Day for Our Common Home

Online

A global call for individuals, communities, and institutions worldwide, who are invited to organise a concrete action to care for our common home. Find ideas for your action here.

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Laudato Si Festival “Songs for creation”.

Online

The cultural festival “Songs for Creation” will present biodiversity lost in the world and its consequences, focusing on the biodiversity problems in the artists’ and musicians’ regions. Given the complexity of the ecological crisis and its multiple causes, we need to realise that the solutions will not emerge from just one way of interpreting and […]

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Roundtable about WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene) in Catholic health care facilities

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Language: English with translations into Italian, Portuguese, Spanish Following the publication of the document Aqua fons vitae and the press release of March 21st, the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development is pleased to provide an update on its WASH project (access to drinking Water, Sanitation and Hygiene) in a selected number of health care […]

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Racial Justice Research Colloquium

Online

On Saturday, June 5, from 10am to 1pm ET, the Jesuit Antiracism Sodality of the USA East province will feature two panels presenting papers that explore scholarship on spirituality and racial justice.

How To Be An Anti-Racist Parent

Online

Would you like to learn more about anti-racist parenting? Whether a parent, grandparent, teacher, or caretaker, join the St. Ignatius Church (Baltimore) Anti-Racism Task Force for a facilitated discussion about the intersection of anti-racism, parenting, and faith. Join us on Tuesday, June 15 at 7:00 PM. You'll receive a Zoom link the week of the event. […]

Migration Justice: Virtual Summit for Student Organizers

Online

WHETHER YOU’RE NEW TO MIGRATION ISSUES OR ALREADY AN ACTIVIST, THIS SUMMIT IS FOR YOU! Join us June 15-18, 2021! This interactive summit will invite participants to connect with fellow students, hear from people impacted by the issues and experts in the field, develop organizing skills, and plan for action during the school year. Each day […]

$50 – $70

Working Together: Building a Catholic Campus Culture of Ethical Consumerism

Online

During this four-day virtual workshop, you will learn about Catholic Social Teaching and how our faith calls us to create just economies. You will draw connections between your consumption, as well as that of the institutions you belong to, and its effects on workers and the environment. Bring this knowledge back to campus and enact […]

$35 – $40

A Parish Journey for Racial Justice

Online

Wednesday, August 4, 2021 3:00-4:15 PM EASTERN/12:00-1:15 PM PACIFIC In the Spring of 2021, Saint Ignatius San Francisco offered a 20-week program that paired education on race through a historical, sociological, and theological lens with the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius. Join creator Teresa Marie Cariño to learn about the program and how you can […]

Free

Women in Conversation Webinar

Online

Join author Loretta Pehanich talking about spiritual hunger and ways women can live their faith more fully. The Church needs women of strength and gentle leadership now more than ever. The MeToo Movement demonstrated that stories matter. Loretta will also discuss the new 12-session small group guide based on true stories of contemporary women. Whether […]

Free

Renewing the Earth: Living Laudato Si’ In The Year of Ignatius

Online

View the Renewing the Earth campaign   Laudato Si Week concludes May 25, with the launch of the Laudato Si Action Platform, an initiative of the Vatican to inspire the global church on a journey towards integral ecology and total sustainability over the next seven years. In honor of this launch and the Ignatian Year (May 2021-July 2022), the Ignatian Solidarity Network and Jesuit […]

Free

Forming Our Consciences: Practicing Our Faith in a World of Gray

Zoom Virtual event, CA

Forming Our Consciences: Practicing Our Faith in a World of Gray is a six-part series examining the formation of one’s conscience in a world that is often not black nor white, but gray. The series of six interconnected talks, delivered by distinguished spiritual guides and leaders, will take place over the course of the fall in 2021, and will include remarks around hot-button social issues that challenge our faith, alongside the opportunity for reflection and sharing.

Forming Our Consciences: Lisa Fulam on Ethics and Conscience Formation

Zoom Virtual event, CA

Forming Our Consciences: Practicing Our Faith in a World of Gray is a six-part series examining the formation of one’s conscience in a world that is often not black nor white, but gray. The series of six interconnected talks, delivered by distinguished spiritual guides and leaders, will take place over the course of the fall in 2021, and will include remarks around hot-button social issues that challenge our faith, alongside the opportunity for reflection and sharing.

Welcome to the national event board!

You’re invited to submit and find national and local events that offer non-partisan perspectives on social justice and spirituality, consistent with ISN’s mission of faith-based social justice and advocacy.

Questions: Please contact Kelly Swan at kswan@ignatiansolidarity.net.