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And They Danced Before the Lord , by: Jane Deren, Ph.D.

International Dance Day is celebrated annually on April 29. This prayer recalls dancing in Scripture and celebrates the harmony that dancing brings to both body and soul.  Copyright © 2017, Educ...more

Arts and Justice Prayer , by: Irene Koo

In celebration of the arts, we pray that, out of art, we might create a more just and beautiful world. Copyright © 2017, Education for Justice, a project of Center of Concern. ...more

Social Justice and Poetry , by: Kathleen O’Toole

Kathleen O’Toole offers poetry that weaves together social justice issues and imagery of God’s creation. Reflection questions are included for each poem to guide discussion and to explore the deep...more

Mary, Mother of All Africa

Mary has been hailed as Mother of all Africa. In a continent rich with cultures and resources, many are impoverished and are suffering the results of war and greed. This litany is a prayer of solidari...more

"LOST" Discussion Guide: Exploring CST Themes , by: Jane Deren

The Lost series offers opportunities for reflection on some of the main principles of Catholic Social teaching as well as on the relationship of faith, spirituality, and moral decisions, decisions tha...more

Marys of the Americas Litany and Images , by: Education for Justice

This litany, available in both Spanish and English, celebrates the images of the Virgin Mary present in many different Hispanic cultures. Images correspond to each of the prayers in the litany. ...more

U2's High-Tech Tent Revival , by: Education for Justice

This article reflects on culture, media, and grace, with discussion questions. ...more

The Struggle for Racial Justice in Words and Music , by: Education for Justice

People of faith have played an important role in the struggle for racial justice in the United States and in other areas of the world. Through music and lyrics, this resource explores how faith has mo...more

May: Month of Mary, Month of Mothers , by: Education for Justice

This reflection explores less traditional images of Mary, Mother of God, and of all mothers. The first section introduces Kathe Kollwitz (1867-1945), a German Expressionist artist who was devoted to c...more
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