Social Justice Committee

Faithful Citizenship - Election 2020

As the election approaches this fall, we will be updating this space with information on how Catholic teaching can help shape the choices we make in choosing our leaders.



A Revolution of Tenderness

Click here to follow Father Joe's Blog: "A Revolution of Tenderness", where he share writings from Pope Francis about the teachings of the Catholic church and how they can lead your conscience to make choices as the election approaches.

 


The Social Justice Committee, guided by Catholic social teaching will inform, inspire and invite our faith community to prayerfully reflect and to act on issues of social justice for the common good. To accomplish this we study Catholic Social Teaching and undertake projects that connect the teachings to timely issues of the day.

Date: 3rd Thursday of each month
Time: 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
Location: St. Paul Room (lower level)
Contact: Marty Gibbons, 262-827-8519, or send us a message

Wanted: Anyone who believes that the kingdom of God is now, and His work on earth is done by his disciples through the Holy Spirit. (If you believe, think you might believe, want to believe, or just think this is an avenue to do good, join us.) We are stronger if we have diverse view points and talents. All ages welcome, including youth.


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