by Sr. Joan Mumaw, President and Chief Administrative Officer, Friends in Solidarity Friends in Solidarity, the US partner to Solidarity with South Sudan, is established to support the work of religious men and women working in South Sudan training teachers, nurses, midwives, farmers and diocesan pastoral teams. A commitment was made by UISG/USG in 2006,… Read more »
The following statement regarding the separation of families upon entry at the U.S. border was released June 20, 2018: As Christians and Catholic religious leaders, our hearts are broken whenever our sisters and brothers suffer injustice. Many of us minister in border communities. We see the desperation of families fleeing violence and death in their… Read more »
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Recent Alerts & Related Items
- June, 18, 2019: CMSM Statement- Renew the Face of the Earth: An Urgent Call to Renewable Energy Transition; Media Release
- May 29, 2019 Alert: Catholic Nonviolence Initiative, Migration, Homily Resources
- Aug. 2017 National Assembly Resolution: "Gospel Nonviolence: The Way of the Church" with new Implementation Guide
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- Reduce Pentagon Spending
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August 6-8,2019 | San Antonio, Texas
Join us for "Discerning Our Collective Witness: A Convocation for Major Superiors of Men" and be part of the conversation about the future of religious life and where and how we can collaborate in support of religious life and charisms. Learn more and register.
Justice & Peace Immersion Trip
Oct. 14-17, 2019 | Washington, DC
In the tradition of Catholic Social Teaching and praxis, this trip will include insightful social analysis, encounters, and drawing on the dimensions of active nonviolence and a just peace ethic to both understand poverty, migration, and racism in our nation’s capital, as well as envision social transformation. Learn more and register.
Oct. 28-30, 2019 | Lutz, Fl
In the tradition of Catholic Social Teaching and praxis, this trip will include insightful social analysis, encounters, and drawing on the dimensions of active nonviolence and a just peace ethic to both understand poverty, migration, and racism in our nation’s capital, as well as envision social transformation. Learn more about the workshop and how to register.