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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New Yorkers Against Gun Violence Education Fund

Thursday, June 11 Noon

It’s Gun Violence Awareness Month, join this live webinar with physicians and activists about the intersections of gun violence, activism and COVID-19. Please RSVP by clicking here  You’ll receive a Zoom link the morning of June 11th.

To Right the Wrong

Thursday, June 11 7-9pm Webinar

A recent series of short films about the Mexico-US border, by independent filmmaker Richard Barber, hosted by Congregation Beth Elohim, Brooklyn and the CBE Refugee Task Force.  The films, made between summer, 2018 and February, 2020, document people responding to immigration policies designed to deter and punish migrants seeking asylum at the Southern border: some by bearing witness, others by volunteering humanitarian assistance and providing legal aid.  A panel discussion and audience Q&A with the filmmaker and three immigration activists will follow. Even as avenues to asylum for immigrants and refugees are closed, families are locked up in dangerous conditions and separated, children are deported alone, you can find ways to help.   PLEASE REGISTER here


Long Island Citizens Climate Lobby

Sat. June 13 1-5pm

A Community Stronger Than COVID Conference

Details and registration here.


LCWR Office of Social Mission

Sign-On Letter: Detention and Deportation Policies in COVID-19 Fly in Face of Our Faith Values Organizations AND individuals are invited to sign on to this open letter expressing that faith values require us to reject Trump administration policies that trap immigrants in jails to contract COVID-19; deport children without parents; deport adults who are sick and further spread the virus; and other human rights atrocities. Deadline to sign on is June 12, 2020. Click, here.


Faith4DACA- Ring DACA bells for justice

Please prepare in advance for the US Supreme Court DACA decision by locating a bell.

The Action: at noon on the day after the decision, congregations are asked to ring their church bells and individuals are asked to ring bells on their private porches or public streets. Sign up HERE and let us know how you and your faith community intend to respond in faith following the Supreme Court’s decision!


US Federation of Sisters of St. Joseph

Listen. Learn. Confront. Act. Pray. Support.  Find out how here.