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Subject Area: Social Justice

U.S. Jesuits Launch New International Solidarity Organization

July 1, 2024 – Two U.S.-based Jesuit organizations are merging to form American Jesuits International, marking the first time that Jesuits in the United States share a single entity to support marginalized communities around the world. American Jesuits International is tasked with mobilizing individuals and institutions to support Jesuit education and development initiatives in Latin …

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In Response to the Open Letter from Laid-off Employees of the Centre Justice et Foi

Since the announcement of its activity suspension, the Board of Directors of the Centre justice et foi has focused on strategic reflection for its future while addressing public statements and allegations by temporarily laid-off employees, clarifying that their decision was made in good faith, maintaining group insurance coverage, amending the Supplementary Unemployment Benefit Program, and emphasizing that the employees will eventually be involved in the strategic review.

We cannot remain silent!

The Jesuits voice their deep concern over the ongoing Gaza conflict, calling for peace, an immediate ceasefire, and negotiations towards justice in the Middle East.

Civil Rights Pilgrimage Brings New Orleans Catholics Together

By Rachel Amiri On February 24, a group from Holy Name of Jesus and Immaculate Conception Jesuit parishes, St. Katharine Drexel Catholic Church, the Loyola University Community Action Program (LUCAP) and the Ignatian Volunteer Corps (IVC) embarked on a sobering and prayerful journey to Montgomery, Alabama, the birthplace of the Civil Rights Movement in the …

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