Parish Social Justice Resources


Media Presentation and Links

Overview of Catholic Social Teaching
(Download by selecting "Save target as" from the right mouse button menu)
30 minute version (.ppt)
(This is an abbreviated version used in the video tape presentation produced by the Office for Social Justice).   
Diocese of Richmond, VA Website
(A great resources especially for those involved with religious formation on Catholic Social Teaching).
Interesting links on justice and peace
(These are part of a much larger collection of links for Catholic educators on a wide range of topics -- assembled by religious education coordinator at Immaculata Regional High School, British Columbia).
Public Achievement 
(A good model for teaching citizenship and social justice skills. A growing number of Catholic schools are using this process, with impressive results).
Salt of the Earth
(An excellent online resource on social justice)
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Bibliography

CST: Bibliography and Resources (.pdf)
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Issues for Discussion


Racisim

In God's Image 
Archbishop Harry Flynn's Pastoral Letter on Racism
 

Poverty

A six session reflection on the theme " Enough for All"
The Hunger Banquet by Oxfam.  Check out the planning kit.

Consumer Choices

Links and Resources (.pdf)

Office for Social Justice Parish Social Justice Resorces


Questions? Contact:


Catholic Charities 

Office for Social Justice

60 Plato Boulevard East #230
(Drake Bank Building)
Saint Paul, MN 55107
651.647.2588
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