Social Justice Ministry

STAND IN SUPPORT OF DREAMers
Jesuit Network Mobilizes in Defense of DACA and Dreamers
Legislation pertaining to DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) has taken on greater urgency this week. The Jesuits and  US Council of Catholic Bishops have asked Catholics to stand in support of those Dreamers.
 Jesuit News – Read the article
The “Take Action” link below takes you to the USCCB webpage that can streamline the process if you want to send a message that way.
SEE THIS HELPFUL GUIDEDACA Appeal.170901
The guide includes contact information below for our elected officials. Please note that Thom Tillis is a Catholic if that informs your message.

Who we are…
St. Peter’s Social Justice Ministry is a faith-centered group which meets once a month to pray, study, plan and act.  Catholic Social Teaching educates us about the elements of Social Justice and helps us to identify issues for action for ourselves and the St. Peter’s community. We have focus areas that include Immigration/Refugee initiatives, Racial Justice and Dialogue, Shelter and Working to End Homelessness,  Youth Education in low-income neighborhoods.  We are informed through our relationship with Christ to make a difference in our community.

For more information about the Social Justice Ministry, please contact
Barbara Dellinger.

Operating Principles:  Please click here.

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