Ignatian Social Justice
Ignatian Social Justice is a group at the Church of St. Ignatius Loyola made up of parishioners committed to raising awareness of current Catholic social teaching and addressing timely social justice issues. The volunteer group embraces the responsibility not only to act, but also to help inform parishioners and engage them in constructive change to promote peace and social justice.
Upcoming events include:
Join us this spring for our lecture series, The Faith That Does Justice.
Identity & Inclusiveness: A Tug of War in Today’s Church
Monday, March 24th, 7:00 PM
Peter Steinfels, founding co-director of the Center on Religion and Culture at Fordham University
Catholic Social Teaching & Public Policy
Thursday, May 22nd, 7:00 PM
John Carr, director of the Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life at Georgetown University
To download a brochure that details upcoming The Faith That Does Justice lecture events this Spring, click here
Ignatian Social Justice: Socially Responsible Investing
Tri-CRI is an organization of 40 Roman Catholic religious orders and dioceses with a 30+ year history of socially responsible investing. In making decisions about managing resources and investments Tri-CRI views local and global economies not only in terms of production and distribution, but also by their effects on the environment and the dignity of the human person.
To learn more about Tri-CRI and its mission, please visit http://www.tricri.org