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Boston College School of Theology and Ministry
The Boston College School of Theology and Ministry offers graduate programs that integrate rigorous academics with spirituality, service, and social justice. The STM holistically forms and educates its students, challenging them to develop their own theological voices and to cultivate new ministry skills and perspectives. A diverse and vibrant community supports students as they engage in theology grounded in faith and informed by lived experience. As a result, STM students are well prepared to apply their education in diverse contexts, emerging as just and thoughtful leaders throughout the world.
Catholic Women Preach
Catholic Women Preach is an innovative project designed to address some of the most pressing challenges facing the Church today by responding to Pope Francis’ call for broader and more active engagement of the baptized in the preaching mission of the Church. A project of global reach, Catholic Women Preach uses modern technology to bring the voices of diverse Catholic women to the proclamation of the Gospel through web-based resources.
Since 2002 Ethix Merch has been featuring wholesale promotional products made with respect for people and the planet. With Ethix, you can find branded merchandise and promotional items made in the USA, which supports union workers and the environment, and is never produced in sweatshops with unfair labor practices.
We help you apply your buying power to support workers and protect the environment.
Equal Exchange’s mission is to build long-term trade partnerships that are economically just and environmentally sound, to foster mutually beneficial relationships between farmers and consumers and to demonstrate, through our success, the contribution of worker co-operatives and Fair Trade to a more equitable, democratic and sustainable world.
Jesuit Conference – Office of Justice and Ecology
Our mission is to advocate on issues of social concern before government and corporate institutions and to enhance the capacity of Jesuits and the Ignatian family in Canada and the United States to engage in action for social justice.
Be a Jesuit
Christ invites each of us along a path in life of service to God and neighbor. But discovering that path – and boldly following where it leads – is not always easy. Fortunately, Jesuits have nearly 500 years of taking up Christ’s challenge to serve a world in need for the glory of God and the help of souls. The legacy of St. Ignatius of Loyola guides us in this mission.
National Catholic Reporter
NCR is a religious news source with worldly interests, and though a large amount of its reporting deals with issues of the Catholic church, an equal amount of its coverage is a marriage of the religious, political, and social forces shaping public policies and institutions. We are concerned for all people and we are committed to shaping a world that recognizes the dignity of every human being, regardless of religious belief, gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or other characteristics. Throughout our history, we have been a voice for the disadvantaged and the marginalized, and we have told the stories of injustice that others simply will not print.
Sojourners magazine and Sojourners online publication sit at the intersection of faith, politics, and culture. Our coverage goes beyond the trending headlines to uncover and explore in depth the hidden injustices in the world around us. Our call to prophetic interrogation means we seek the truth as informed by our biblical roots.
The McGrath Institute for Jesuit Catholic Education
The McGrath Institute for Jesuit Catholic Education supports Catholic schools around the world to ensure the history and promise of Jesuit Catholic education endures and grows.
The institute works collaboratively with a broad range of programs in the USF school of education, particularly the Masters, Doctorate and Certificate programs in Catholic Education Leadership, to prepare Catholic-school leaders, to increase public awareness of Catholic schools’ impact on communities, to conduct and disseminate research in Catholic education, to strengthen Catholic Schools commitment to a faith that does justice, and to explore and develop innovative ways to support transformative Catholic education.
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