A Faith That Does Justice is growing! We are excited to introduce you to five volunteers who have recently begun working with our English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) program.
The panelists talked about the stark realities of systemic racism in our health care system, how it evolved, and what can be done about it.
January is Poverty in America Awareness Month. More than 40 million Americans live in poverty.
During the Salvadoran civil war, these Jesuits sacrificed their lives for denouncing the injustices committed by the oligarchy and for defending innocent Salvadorans subjected to great violence. They are Ignatian role models of a faith that seeks global justice.
Voices from around the world have expressed great appreciation and directed many words of praise for the latest encyclical released by Pope Francis. Whatever your religious affiliation, you may be interested in the profound messages regarding social justice that the pope proposes in this document. Allow me to offer seven insights that may assist your understanding of Fratelli Tutti, published in early October 2020.
Father Peter sat down with Christian Sculptor Tim Schmalz to talk about his work and how he practices faith through sculpting.