Past EventsPhotos, videos and event summaries related to events hosted by A Faith That Does Justice.
The goal of this Workshop was for attendees to leave the evening with actionable insights they could take back to their communities to continue the fight for health justice.
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.
Father Peter sat down with Christian Sculptor Tim Schmalz to talk about his work and how he practices faith through sculpting.
Sister Barbara encouraged us to put our energy into things that we can change in our lives, especially during the pandemic, and to ask God for help with the things we may not be able to change.
In our first virtual community, we welcomed faith leaders and the media to join us for a conversation about faith and the national election.
Father Peter was invited to preside over Mass at Saint Cecilia Parish in Boston where he spoke of the prophetic voice. He pointed to examples of prophets who rose against manipulation and exploitation of the poor, and encouraged people to return to God as their world...
On May 31, 2020, Father Peter offered Mass at Saint Cecilia Parish in Boston, where he called on all people of faith to stand up against racism and walk in solidarity with people of color.
“We are living in an unprecedented time of inter-religious awareness. Pluralism is a fact of life.” That is according to Fr. Francis Clooney, SJ who presented at our workshop, “Learning Interreligiously as a Key to a Better World.”
The climate crisis disproportionately impacts the poor and the vulnerable and is only going to get worse. We talked with leading scientists and physicians studying the issue to learn what we can do as individuals to help those who are suffering.
Every day we read new headlines about the lack of human dignity for migrants crossing our southern border to begin new lives in the United States, but what can we do about it? That was the topic of our recent community meeting, “Immigration Crisis: Lives at Risk at Our Southern Border.”