Commitment to Justice in Jesuit Higher Education
Monthly E-newsletter of what people in the Wisconsin Province of the Society of Jesus are doing, as well as different opportunities in regards to Social Justice domestically and internationally.
Read a blog about the happenings at a conference of people with Jesuit affiliated movements who are advocating. Giving each other a chance to find out what is happening in different parts of the world while discerning a common language for Ignatian Advocacy as well as to come up with a plan of action.
A wonderful site that keeps tabs on issues like immigration and domestic poverty and the Jesuit response as well as explanations of Jesuit social ministries in the United States.
A panoramic view of Jesuit social ministry with maps, summaries, and guides.
A document published in 1998 by the Jesuits detailing the mission of social ministry.
A comprehensive listing of Jesuit and Ignatian-inspired social ministries in the United States, including direct service ministries; university social research institutes; social outreach programs at Jesuit parishes, schools and provinces
Part of the U.S. Jesuits and ministries site, keeps tabs on issues and legislation as well as candidates and officials and their efforts and stances on advocacy issues.
Justice Movements, organizing, activities and resources in Jesuit works.
Documents covering four categories: Jesuit Social Justice Documents, Catholic Social Teaching, World Social Forum, and Articles by Jesuits and Collaborators
From the Jesuit European Office, details a “way of proceeding” in the spirit of St. Ignatius that calls for social justice advocacy.
Explanation of Jesuit refugee programs around the world and dispatches on areas with refugees in need.
National and International missions with renewable commitments starting at 1 year.