Our response to injustice calls us to personal and social transformation

We see spirituality and justice as one and commit ourselves to live this out in all our relationships. Systemic evils deprive people of their intrinsic rights and working to help restore these rights is the work of justice.

Information from the Office of Peace, Justice and
the Integrity of Creation


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Faith In Public Life

Catholics Responding to COVID 19

Thursday, May 28 2pm

Facebook Live event here.

Please join a conversation with John Gehring, Catholic Program Director at Faith in Public Life and two Catholic leaders on the front lines. Sister Kathleen Gallivan, Director of Spiritual Care Services at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston and Kevin Ryan, President & CEO of Covenant House in New York, a global network that serves homeless and trafficked youth, will join to talk about what it’s like to give spiritual care to sick and dying patients during this unprecedented time, and how COVID-19 has impacted the delivery of care to those who are transitioning from homelessness.



USCCB-Justice For Immigrants

As we await a decision by the Supreme Court on the legality of the Trump Administration’s attempt to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program (DACA) protecting the “Dreamers,” we wanted to share information about a webinar Justice for Immigrants (JFI) will present immediately following the SCOTUS decision.

The webinar is scheduled for 2 PM (ET) on the day after SCOTUS announcement on DACA.  Presenters will explain the decision, examine its implication and discuss how we might support DACA recipients in the days and weeks following the SCOTUS decision. We will share the URL as soon as it is available.

In the meantime there are a couple things you can do:

Continue to pray for DACA recipients, their families and all of our immigrant community   members who are at risk.

If you can, plan to join us for an interfaith prayer every Monday Morning DACA Prayers at 9:30. RSVP link:


Urge your Senators to provide a permanent solution. Pass a clean Dream Act of 2019, S. 874.


Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life-Georgetown University

Friday, May 29 Noon EDT

An online dialogue in cooperation with the Vatican Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development

Laudato Si After Five Years: Hearing the Cry of the Earth and the Cry of the Poor

RSVP here.