With the growing amount of social justice issues we encounter each day, we offer these helpful resources to help you cut through the clutter:
Going Green in the Winter
Sr. Jane Belanger and Associate Judy Hardy, of the DSP Eco-Justice Committee, are at it again! For this winter season, they have created a valuable resource on "going green in the winter," which includes suggestions surrounding prayer, conserving water, saving energy, preparing meals, and much more. Click here for the four-page PDF document. (The pair will continue to provide Earth-friendly suggestions for each season - stay tuned!)
Ready, Get Set, Enroll!
"Ready, Get Set, Enroll!" is a short video created by Catholic Health Association that explains the basics of the Affordable Care Act, presumptive eligibility, and enrollment.
End Child Prostitution, Child Pornography, and Trafficking of Children for Sexual Purposes
ECPAT is a network of organizations and individuals working together to eliminate the commercial sexual exploitation of children around the world.
Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility
The Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility remains the pioneer coalition of active shareholders who view the management of their investments as a catalyst to promote justice and sustainability in the world. Comprising nearly 300 organizations with collective assets totaling over $100 billion, ICCR members help shape corporate policy on a host of environmental, social, and economic justice concerns.
A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby
A Catholic leader in the global movement for justice and peace, NETWORK educates, lobbies, and organizes for economic and social transformation.
Sustainable Religious Lands Day
The number and scope of sustainable activities taking place on lands owned by Sisters in Kentucky, Southern Ohio, and Southern Indiana is quite impressive. For additional information, we invite you to click here.
Partnership for Global Justice
Partnership for Global Justice provides educational programming to promote global citizenship and global spirituality, both at UN Headquarters in New York and reaching out to the world community. The Partnership collaborates with other organizations to provide resources to expand global understanding and promote justice.
Pax Christi USA
Pax Christi USA strives to create a world that reflects the Peace of Christ by exploring, articulating, and witnessing to the call of Christian nonviolence. This work begins in personal life and extends to communities of reflection and action to transform structures of society. Pax Christi USA rejects war, preparations for war, and every form of violence and domination. It advocates primacy of conscience, economic and social justice, and respect for creation.
Social Justice Study Resource Materials
Offered by Justice Promoter Sr. Judy Morris and Peace and Nonviolence Committee members Srs. Diane McOsker and Barbara Kane.
Study is a great way to get to know ourselves and others on a deeper level. Dominican Sisters of Peace offers a variety of study materials surrounding various social justice issues we're faced with each day. We invite you to review this annotated bibliography of materials including books, articles, DVDs, and others items and consider embarking on your own study journey. Click here.
Offered by our Dominican Sisters of Peace Eco-Justice Committee
Water Witness provides an awareness raising opportunity that challenges us to examine the hidden costs of water, reflect from a third world perspective, view photos, and journal. We live in a world experiencing a scarcity of water, and we live in a country where water is often taken for granted or wasted. We can do something about that reality by examining our use of water. To access this reflective and informative packet of information, click here.
Going Green in the Fall
Sr. Jane Belanger and Associate Judy Hardy, of the DSP Eco-Justice Committee, are at it again! For this autumn season, they have created a valuable resource on "going green in the fall," which includes suggestions surrounding prayer, selecting clothes, shopping, preparing meals, and much more. Click here for the four-page PDF document. (The pair will continue to provide Earth-friendly suggestions for each season - stay tuned!)