We join with Our Lady of Guadalupe on December 12th to remember the women who have been murdered and mutilated in Guatemala, Mexico, and El Salvador since 2006.
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This Bingo card resource lists various policies, issues, and ideas consistent with Catholic social teaching and social justice. As you watch the remaining three debates before Election Day, use this g...more
In this Catholic Social Teaching resource, Fr. Fred Kammer S.J. reflects on migration and migrants from the perspective of the Church's teaching. He includes quotes from the American bishops as well a...more
Learn more about Gustavo Gutiérrez, O.P., a Peruvian theologian who has contributed so much to our understanding of the option for the poor and its expression in Liberation Theology.
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In this reflection, we explore Fr. Kammer's video on civic responsibility. We are reminded that all of life, from “womb to the tomb” is sacred. We are reminded that we are not a single issue churc...more
On June 26th, the U.N. International Day in Support of Victims and Survivors of Torture, we pause to reflect on the horrors of torture in today's world. This prayer invites us to search our soul...more
Hundreds of new friends visited Center of Concern’s booth at the 2013 National Catholic Youth Conference and shared their greatest concerns for the world. We reflect on what they shared and ponder q...more
This recent suspense film follows former anti-war activists who have been in hiding for a murder committed decades earlier. An update tells where Weather Underground members are now.
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This two page reflectionby guest writer Alex Mikulich, Ph.D., explores how the Occupy protestors embody the season of advent. Includes active links to background resources.
Under the Same Moon provides a perspective on immigration that no one is likely to get from reading the newspapers or watching the evening news: immigrants have faces, names, and families; they are hu...more