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ENCYCLICAL LETTER LAUDATO SI’
OF THE HOLY FATHER FRANCIS ON CARE FOR OUR COMMON HOME

ENCYCLICAL LETTER LAUDATO SI’
OF THE HOLY FATHER FRANCIS ON CARE FOR OUR COMMON HOME

Encylical Letter Laudato Si' of the Holy Father Francis on care for our common home

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Mission Haiti Initiative

A Joint Program of the U.S. and Canadian Federations of the Sisters of St. Joseph

http://sistersofsaintjosephfederation.org/node/139

Soon after the earthquake hit Haiti in January of 2010, Griselda Martinez Morales, the Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) representative for the Federation of the Congregations of St. Joseph sent a request to various sisters involved in justice work in the global Joseph family asking how we might respond to the tragedy in Haiti. Click here to read more information on Haiti's tragedy and rebuilding efforts. The justice coordinators in the US and Canadian Federations expressed interest in this request and over the last two years have collaborated in designing a response. Download Haiti Lenten Brochure here. Find out more here.

Sisters of St. Joseph at the United Nations

In New York City, Justine Gitanjali Senapati, CSJ, the representative at our non- governmental organization, (NGO) at the UN provides the global community of the Sisters of St. Joseph with a voice at the global table where policies and priorities are developed. Find out more here.

Change for Global Change

Change for Global Change is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation founded by the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Philadelphia. Networking with all the Congregations of Sisters of Saint Joseph in the U.S. Federation, we collect “change” in order to bring about sustainable change in areas where Sisters and Associates of Saint Joseph minister. Find out more here.

The Intercommunity Peace & Justice Center

The Intercommunity Peace & Justice Center acts for justice in the church and in the world. IPJC is sponsored by sixteen religious communities and collaborates with Catholic, ecumenical, interfaith and other organizations in carrying out this mission. Find out more here.

Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good

What does the Common Good mean? How can it be applied in the current political context? What claims does the Common Good make on our policy and our Church? What kinds of policies advance it and what kinds hinder it? Find out more here.

Network

NETWORK—a Catholic leader in the global movement for justice and peace—educates, organizes and lobbies for economic and social transformation. Find out more here.

Principles of Catholic Social Teaching

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SHARE El Salvador

SHARE strengthens solidarity with and among the Salvadoran people in El Salvador and the United States in the struggle for economic sustainability, justice, and human and civil rights. Find out more here.

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops: Catholic Campaign for Human Development

The Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) is an instrument of the Catholic Church working to carry out the mission of Jesus Christ,"... to bring good news to the poor ... release to captives ... sight to the blind, and let the oppressed go free." (Luke 4:18) Find out more here.

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops: Human Life and Dignity

As a gift from God, every human life is sacred from conception to natural death. The life and dignity of every person must be respected and protected at every stage and in every condition. The right to life is the first and most fundamental principle of human rights that leads Catholics to actively work for a world of greater respect for human life. Find out more here.

Mission Haiti Initiative –  A Joint Program of the U.S. and Canadian Federations of the Sisters of St. Joseph

http://sistersofsaintjosephfederation.org/node/139

Soon after the earthquake hit Haiti in January of 2010, Griselda Martinez Morales, who was then the Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) representative for the Federation of the Congregations of St. Joseph, sent a request to various sisters involved in justice work in the global Joseph family asking how we might respond to the tragedy in Haiti. The justice coordinators in the US and Canadian Federations expressed interest in this request and over the last two years have collaborated in designing a response.

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