This webpage hosts a full menu of Fred Kammer’s articles and one-pagers on Catholic social teaching and its approach to important issues of our time.
The mission of the Social Justice Resource Center is to link faith to action by providing information and resources on the social issues of our time. They maintain an extensive searchable database of key publications of Catholic social teaching, facts & figures, biographies, a calendar.
Published at the request of Pope John Paul II, this book is an encyclopedia of Catholic Social Teaching through 2004.
The USCCB webpage contains videos, discussion guides, handouts, and activities for all ages, in English and in Spanish, as well as on-line versions of the social teaching documents published by the US bishops.
An initial list of issues of importance to Native communities in the United States for attention by the Biden-Harris Administration
Featuring Amanda Gorman, Wilton Daniel Gregory, Laverne Cox, Jacob Lawrence, Katherine Johnson, Bryan Massingale, Ida B. Wells, Louis Armstrong, Marie Van Brittan Brown, John Lewis, Wilma Rudolph, Thurgood Marshall, Marian Anderson, Colin Kaepernick, Bessie Coleman, Marsha P. Johnson, George Floyd, Shirley Chisholm, Alexander Miles, Henrietta Lacks, Chadwick Boseman, Audre Lorde, Spike Lee, Harriet Tubman, Alexa Canady, Patrisse Cullors, Alvin Ailey, and Martin de Porres Grey.
Created by Racial Justice Working Group under the Justice Committee, JPIC Sisters of St. Joseph Brentwood
Divesting the Mind of Colonialism: Land-Based Ethics and Settler Solidarity in a Time of Carona and Revolution
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
The Journal of Slavery and Data Preservation is a digital academic journal that publishes datasets and accompanying data articles about the lives of enslaved Africans and their descendants from the fifteenth to the early twentieth centuries. Learn More
Contains reflections produced by the IJPC, as well as a list of websites, workbooks, lesson plans, article and books.
Discussion of the issue of Indigenous land repatriation in the Bay Area, specifically addressing the issues around the challenges of returning stolen land.
Our Sacred Heart Story with the Potawatomi People in Kansas, 1841-1879 was a four session online presentation and discussion originally presented in February-March 2022 by the Stuart Center for Mission. The program featured Stuart Center staff, RSCJ and Associates, invited Indigenous speakers and Maureen Chicoine, RSCJ, author of the book Grave on the Prairie: Seven Religious of the Sacred Heart and Saint Mary's Mission to the Potawatomi.
Recordings, resources, study guides, and other materials from this series may be found at this link.
A List of books, movies, articles, and webpages.
Learn the facts about the experience of the Indigenous Peoples/First Nations and the relationship to the Principles of the Poor Peoples Campaign
Poor People's Campaign: Indigenous Peoples/First Nations Fact Sheet
The USCCB page on combatting racism contains all the US bishops’ statements and pastoral letters on racism, as well as prayers, discussion guides, videos, and activities for all ages.
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.
Lyons, 87, is a member of the Onondaga Nation of the Iroquois Confederacy. As a Faithkeeper, he upholds the history and traditions of the Turtle Clan of the Onondaga. He also works with communities around the world as an activist for indigenous and environmental justice, often addressing modern-day conflicts by sharing traditional views on the law of nature.What is the Doctrine of Discovery? Oren Lyons
Catholic Climate Covenant maintains a searchable database of resources on the environment, as well as opportunities to take action.
Global Catholic Climate Movement invites you to join the Creation Care Prayer Network, connection those committed to the healing of our common home
This site has resources for prayer, education on climate issues, advocacy, and Laudato Si for all ages.
The USCCB webpage on the environment contains a compilation of Church teachings and documents on the environment, as well as videos, discussion guides, and educational materials for all ages.
Bilingual resources for parishes and schools to assist with prayer, reflection, and educational activities.
(CMS) is a think tank and an educational institute devoted to the study of international migration, to the promotion of understanding between immigrants and receiving communities, and to public policies that safeguard the dignity and rights of migrants, refugees and newcomers. CMS was established in 1964 and formally incorporated in 1969 by the Congregation of the Missionaries of St. Charles, Scalabrinians, a community of Catholic priests, nuns and lay people dedicated to serving migrants and refugees throughout the world.
Fair Trade Federation is the trade association for businesses in the US that have pledged a transparent supply chain free from human trafficking. The website has a searchable database of companies as well as resources on fair trade.
Downloadable PDF of resources for National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month.
JRS maintains a searchable database of resources for prayer, education, and action.
Justice for Immigrants maintains resources in English, Spanish, and several other languages, to assist migrants in the United States. They also provide some bishops’ statements, educational webinars, and opportunities for Catholics to take action.
Talitha Kum is the global organization representing Catholics in consecrated life united in ending human trafficking. They offer a useful 118-page training manual to prevent trafficking and assist its victims.
This website contains prayer and educational resources, curricula and course modules, and opportunities to take action. It also provides a few examples of places to buy slave-free goods.
The Catholic Mobilizing Network website has resources for prayer, education, and action on opposition to the death penalty as well as support for restorative justice.
CPN acts as a clearinghouse of tools for researching, teaching, and learning about Catholic peacebuilding, and they have a searchable database.
FOR has resources for education and action for all ages, including a page dedicated to resources for children.
Pax Christi USA provides reflection booklets for Lent and Advent on peace and nonviolence. Pax Christi International has an advocacy training manual for peacemakers.
The CRS resource center has a searchable database of resources on global poverty for prayer, education and action for parishes, dioceses, schools, clergy, and universities.
Jubilee USA has resources for prayer, education, and action on US foreign and financial policies that contribute to global poverty.
PovertyUSA provides resources for prayer, education, and action on issues related to poverty in the US. PovertyUSA is a program of the Catholic Campaign for Human Development.