Hungry
I was hungry and you gave me something to eat;
Matthew 25:35
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I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink;
Matthew 25:35
Stranger-2048
I was a stranger and you invited me in;
Matthew 25:35
In Need of Clothes
I needed clothes and you clothed me;
Matthew 25:36
Sick
I was sick and you looked after me;
Matthew 25:36
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I was in prison and you came to visit me;
Matthew 25:36


“The mission of the Social Justice Resource Center is to link faith to action by providing information & resources on the social issues of our time.”

 

We believe that social teaching is central, not fringe; social ministry is integral, not optional; it is the work of every believer, not just the mission of a few committed people or committees.(Communities of Salt & Light, US Conference of Catholic Bishops)

We are all called, “To proclaim good news to the poor; proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to set the oppressed free.” —Luke 4:18

People on the Margin

Those who are:
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Stories from Life's Other Side

Words from People on the Margin

Stories from Life's Other Side, People Living on the Modern Day Society

LINK FAITH TO ACTION

Become Aware. What is happening? What do I see & hear? What am I  learning?
Analyze the Situation. Why is this happening? Who is affected? Who is deciding? Who pays? Who is benefiting?
Take Time to Reflect. What are my values and beliefs about this? What does my faith teach?
Decide & Act.  What am I able to do about it? With whom can I connect with for a stronger voice, wisdom and support?

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December 2017 NewsletterRead the latest issue of the Social Justice Resource Center newsletter here.

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Those who lead others to justice will shine like the stars forever.

—Daniel 12:3