Creative Voice Scott Wright explains the history of the Sanctuary Movement in the United States during the 1980s, and what we are called to do today for immigrants, migrants, and refugees. In addition...more
The theme of Pope Francis’s 2017 Message for World Day of Peace is “Nonviolence: A Style of Politics for Peace.” This artistic reflection is based on his words: http://bit.ly/2j1m4sa.
This artistic reflection is based on the song “We Are Called,” written and performed by David Haas: http://bit.ly/2j8XKbz.
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Housing and sustainable communities are important issues for the promotion of human dignity: this resource looks at growing urban slums from the perspective of Catholic social teaching.
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On February 1, begin using this daily photo journal for one week as we celebrate Black History Month and reflect on the need for a renewed commitment to racial justice.
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This bulletin insert introduces the concept of bystander intervention and suggests ways that we can stand up for those experiencing discrimination, marginalization, harassment, or violence.
This prayer, offered in both English and Spanish, is a timely reflection on the growing sanctuary movement, which seeks to protect migrants and refugees from deportation and reminds us of God’s call...more
This action-centered prayer calls to mind individual passions that must be cultivated to build God’s Kingdom of peace and justice.
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This prayer reminds us that we are all children of the same Love that created us and asks that we recognize those of other faiths as sisters and brothers.
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This prayer service invites reflection on Pope Francis’s Message for the 50th World Day of Peace on nonviolence.
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This study guide for the short film, I Am Miriam, and the Against Humanity website contains reflection questions and suggestions for action on the issue of human trafficking.
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Loving (2016) tells the true story of Richard and Mildred Loving, whose interracial marriage led to the landmark Supreme Court case Loving v. Virginia.
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This toolbox for African American History Month includes resources, both revised and new, on racial justice and nonviolent protest; important figures of the Civil Rights movement; and the arts:
This month’s calendar offers daily reflections and actions to celebrate EFJ’s theme for the month of February 2017: Creating New Voices for Advocacy.
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Use these Valentine’s Day cards as a creative way to spread the word about Catholic social teaching and social justice. Each Valentine features a quote about love.
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Dr. Mary Fabri shares the history and current reality of refugee resettlement in the United States in this thoughtful and well-researched resource. Included are reflection questions, suggested movies ...more
This artistic reflection is based on the first chapter of Pope Francis’s Apostolic Exhortation, Amoris Laetitia: The Joy of Love. The song that accompanies this resource is, “Blest Are They,” wr...more