Asian-American Heritage Month

This prayer celebrates and honors the Asian Pacific culture in the United States during the month of May.
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Anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Letter from a Birmingham Jail

Prayer Service
This prayer service includes excerpts from Dr. King’s famous “Letter from a Birmingham Jail” and includes reflection questions after each reading.
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Abraham Johannes “A.J.” Muste: A Gentle, Nonviolent Peace Agitator

Prayer Service
This resource draws on the wisdom and witness of A.J. Muste, a nonviolent activist who was influential in the global pacifist movement of the mid-20th Century.

Thomas Berry: One With the Universe

Prayer Service
This prayer service includes prayers, quotes, and questions that invite us to reflect on the life and words of Thomas Berry, C.P.  Through this reflection, participants are challenged to think more...
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Film Discussion Guide: Voces Inocentes (Innocent Voices)

Film Discussion Guide
This striking movie tells the true story of a young boy in El Salvador who, during the country’s civil war, must choose between joining the military or the rebels. A synopsis, connections to CST...

Celebrating Asian-Pacific American Leaders and Peacemakers

Prayer Service
This prayer service honors the Asian Americans who, over the past century, have been activists, artists, heroes, and persons for others.

Embracing Peter Maurin’s Vision of Justice and Equality

Prayer Service
The life of Peter Maurin, co-founder of the Catholic Worker movement, is prayerfully told through this prayer service.

Celebrating “The Mass on the World” with Teilhard de Chardin, S.J.

Prayer Service
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, S.J., is regarded as one of the foremost thinkers of our time. His spiritual writings on humanity, the universe, and God are entwined together in this prayer service based...
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God’s Mercy Has Entered the Heart: Pope Francis’s Homily in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico

This reflection is based on the words of Pope Francis’s Homily in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico on February 17, 2016. The message of his homily was how mercy can transform our lives and the lives of those...

Remembering Cardinal Joseph Bernardin

Prayer Service
Based on Cardinal Bernardin’s personal reflections, this prayer service remembers this compassionate, humble, and strong servant leader.

Charlene Teters: We Are Not Your Mascots

Prayer Service
Charlene Teters is an activist from the Spokane Nation who has defended the human dignity of Native peoples and led nonviolent resistance to oppose the use of Native American symbols as mascots in...

Transformation Through Suffering: A Journey with St. Josephine Bakhita

Prayer Service
This prayer service follows the life of St. Josephine Bakhita, a Sudanese woman who was trafficked and enslaved time and time again. St. Bakhita is the patron of victims of trafficking.