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Video: Living Holiness Today , by: Jane Deren, Ph.D.

This video puts the lines of the prayer “Living Holiness Today” to music for an easy-to-use resource to start a parish meeting, youth group event, service trip, or religion class. To view the reso...more

Video: May We Speak of Peace , by: Jane Deren, Ph.D.

This video puts the lines of the prayer “May We Speak of Peace” to music for an easy-to-use resource to start a parish meeting, youth group event, service trip, or religion class. To view the reso...more

No Is Not Enough! Reflections on a Lifestyle of Resistance , by: Fred Kammer, S.J.

In this reflection, Fr. Fred Kammer reminds us that resistance means saying “yes” to life as well as saying “no” to anything that devalues the human person. Copyright © 2018, Education for Ju...more

Forced Organ Harvesting and Falun Gong , by: Kristine Baekgaard and Kyle Mistretta

This resource offers an insight into the cold genocide currently being carried out against Falun Gong practitioners in China. Despite official claims from the Chinese government, this resource discuss...more

Living CST: Pope Paul VI , by: Anna Misleh

This prayer service uses quotes from Pope Paul VI, whose life and writings call us be reformers, evangelizers, pilgrims, and bridge builders. Copyright © 2018, Education for Justice, a project of Cen...more

Lamentation to Our Lady of Sorrows , by: Jane Deren, Ph.D.

This prayer to Our Lady of Sorrows is in the tradition of lamentation, mourning injustice and asking that grieving bring us to a deeper realization of that we are called to be present to the Cross so ...more

Film Discussion Guide: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom , by: Kristine Baekgaard and Kyle Mistretta

This film discussion guide poses critical questions to the moral implications behind the film Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, specifically in terms of caring for God’s creation, and the ethics of cl...more

Encounter Through Service , by: Jane Deren, Ph.D.

Pope Francis encourages us to encounter the poor and those who suffer. Service learning is a great opportunity to encounter others and promote human dignity. Copyright © 2013-2018, Education for Jus...more

Jail Ogaden , by: Kristine Baekgaard

In the heart of the Somali region, lies one of the most notorious detention centers in Ethiopia. Jail Ogaden is home to thousands of prisoners, who are brutalized and neglected, most of them having ne...more

Film Discussion Guide: End Game , by: Kyle Mistretta

The Netflix documentary End Game offers a compassionate exploration of how residents in palliative care facilities are helped to face death with dignity. Discussion questions, faith in action, and a p...more

CST Themes: The Signs of the Times , by: Jane Deren, Ph.D.

A new monthly resource, “CST Themes: The Signs of the Times,” reviews both some recent challenges to social justice and recent signs of hope and connects these to themes of Catholic social teachin...more

Responding to the Signs of the Times , by: Jane Deren, Ph.D.

A prayer on these signs reflects on what is happening today and calls us to "continuing conversion" to the way of justice and peace. Copyright © 2018, Education for Justice, a project of Center of Co...more

Monthly Calendar: August 2018: Voices for Human Dignity , by: Kristine Baekgaard and Kyle Mistretta

This month’s calendar offers daily reflections and actions to celebrate EFJ’s theme for the month of August 2018: Rejoice and Be Glad: Voices for Human Dignity. Copyright © 2018, Education for Ju...more

Protests and Crackdown in Bangladesh , by: Kristine Baekgaard

In August 2018, members of the peaceful student protests for safer roads in Dhaka, Bangladesh, were violently attacked by the government. The students were protesting for safer roads after two student...more

Prayer for the Students in Bangladesh , by: Kristine Baekgaard

In August 2018, members of the peaceful student protests for safer roads in Dhaka, Bangladesh, were violently attacked by the government. The students were protesting for safer roads after two student...more

EFJ Justice & Peace Calendar 2018-2019 , by: Dianna Ortiz, O.S.U.

EFJ’s annual Justice and Peace Calendar is filled with notable dates for the upcoming August 2018 to July 2019 year. Links to the latest EFJ resources are included to help you celebrate and remember...more

Remembering the World’s Disappeared , by: Jimmy Francisco Ortiz Rodríguez

In commemoration of the International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances (August 30), Creative Voice Jimmy Francisco Ortiz Rodríguez reflects on the impact his two uncles’ disappearances...more