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About This Site
The Education for Justice Web site is a dynamic resource designed to help educators find print-ready resources which foster greater knowledge of Catholic Social Teaching and demonstrate connections to current social justice issues and world events.
More than 3,500 print-ready resources are immediately available for members to choose, click, print, and use. New resources are added every two to three weeks. The site features downloadable educational materials in the form of lesson plans, units, fact sheets, bulletin inserts, case studies, reflection, prayers, Sunday Mass Readings & reflections, links to related resources, interactive materials, and more--all with an explicit Catholic Social Teaching perspective.
These resources are teaching tools designed to promote the essential elements of faith as well as knowledge of the social teachings of the church, greater awareness of world realities, the skills of social analysis, and a commitment to advocacy.
This site is designed for:
- Religious Educators
- High School Theology Teachers
- Campus Ministers
- Service Learning Coordinators
- Youth Ministers
- Parish Social Concerns Committees
- Peace and Justice Committees
- Religious Communities
- Faith-sharing Groups
- JustFaith Groups
- Diocesan Social Action Offices
- Mission Effectiveness Offices
The Education for Justice Web site is a project of the Center of Concern.
For over 35 years, the Center has been committed to creating a world where all economic structures, systems and policies guarantee the dignity and the basic rights of every member of the human family.