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The Office of Social Justice works to develop a deeper understanding of and response to God's call to let justice flow like a river in both our personal and communal lives, as well as in the structures of our societies.
Let's Talk about Self-Care; Diversity and Discernment; Ending Global Poverty and Hunger with a Faithful Budget; Justice Practices for a Fast-Paced World; Continue Welcoming Refugees with a Faithful Budget
Legal Victory for Standing Rock Sioux against Dakota Access Pipeline; Police Officer Found Not Guilty in Death of Philando Castile; Muslims Attacked in London; Cholera Escalating in Yemen
We are in the middle of the worst humanitarian crisis since World War II. 20 million people are at risk of starvation due to famine in Africa and the Middle East. There is good news: we can end hunger and poverty – the United States and the world have made incredible progress toward this goal – but we can’t do it without funding these life-saving programs. Will you join us in speaking up for a faithful budget?