Iroquois tell their story as they strive to uphold the traditions and the legacy of their people while also protecting the central tenants of their people and their relationship and care for the Earth.
Discussion of the issue of Indigenous land repatriation in the Bay Area, specifically addressing the issues around the challenges of returning stolen land.
Author: Natalie Avalos
Author offers an articulation of the colonialist mindset that objectifies, reduces, and exploits other beings along with the lands and waters of this Earth
Wed, May 05 2021 - 2:00pm CDT
Sun, May 23 2021 - 3:30pm CDT
Existe un reconocimiento general de que las personas tienen diferentes estilos de aprender, estilos de trabajar y estilos de liderazgo según el temperamento y el tipo de personalidad. Se presta mucha menos atención a la relación entre tipos de personalidad y tipos de espiritualidad o estilos de oración. Esto puede ser especialmente característico para las personas que han crecido en religiones tradicionales que históricamente han adoptado un enfoque dualista y, en ocasiones, más estrecho, de la espiritualidad y/o oración.
The Vatican Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development is rolling out a 7-year Laudato Si implementation plan and asking all Church entities to participate. The Union of International Superiors General (UISG) is working very closely with the Vatican to implement this initiative in religious orders globally. It is a bold and ambitious program, aiming to transform the Church to environmental sustainability in seven years' time.
Learn the facts about the experience of the Indigenous Peoples/First Nations and the relationship to the Principles of the Poor Peoples Campaign
An initial list of issues of importance to Native communities in the United States for attention by the Biden-Harris Administration
In celebration of International Women's Day, March 8, Daphne Sequeira rscj was invited by the Jesuits to write an article for International Women's Day and to pose challenges that they need to consider as they collaborate with women...
The observance of Christ's passion is an opportunity to reflect on the ways we have broken our covenant with God at the expense of other persons and creation. At each station, we will focus on a different economic or ecological challenge or sign of hope for our times. Persons of all faiths are welcome.
Members of the Province, in collaboration with the Health and Wellness Committee and the Provincial Team, have experienced a desire to increase our awareness of the way that addictions of all kinds create obstacles to our freedom.
To begin to create a space for understanding, learning and dialogue, we invite you to join us for a one hour gathering that will include a 25 minute presentation by Jeff Henrich, CEO of Guest House, on the nature of addiction as well as small group dialogue between RSCJ.
Nearly a year ago, the HEART Response Team gathered to create resources and reflection tools on behalf of the USC Province of the Society of the Sacred Heart. Over months, the reflections paralleled the global challenges we could never have imagined: COVID-19, political unrest around the world, unaddressed systemic racism, food and housing insecurities, unemployment and the instability experienced by nearly everyone.