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WEBINAR: SLAVERY, THE CATHOLIC CHURCH, AND LESSONS FOR TODAY

Thursday, January 19 | 3-4:15PM ET/12PM-1:15PM PTPresenter:Chris Kellerman, S.J.Author of All Oppression Shall Cease: A History of Slavery, Abolitionism, and the Catholic Church Description: Is it really true that people “didn’t know slavery was wrong back then?” Did the Church teach against slaveholding? In this presentation, Fr. Chris Kellerman, S.J., will explain the basics

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Small Business Holiday Market

The Office of Economic Development at Johns Hopkins is hosting a “Bmore Small Business Holiday Market” on Sunday December 18th at noon. Please come support local small businesses, purchase food, desserts, fashion, jewelry and more while enjoying a live DJ and photos with Santa! This is a kid friendly event. When:

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Bunting Peace and Justice Speaker Series

“Anti-Fascism & Movement Repression: Exploring Social Movements and Policing”Dr. Michael Loadenthal Thursday, Dec. 1, 20224:30 pm reception, 5 pm lecture4th Floor Program Room Dr. Loadenthal is a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Cincinnati. He serves as the Executive Director of the Peace and Justice Association at Georgetown University, which

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Bunting Peace and Justice Speaker Series

“Nonviolent Resistance in Palestine”Dr. Marwan Darweish Thursday, Nov. 10, 2022 – 6 pm4th Floor Program Room, Andrew White Student Center Marwan Darweish is Associate Professor at the Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations at Coventry University in the UK. Dr. Darweish’s current research focuses on cultural heritage peace processes,

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Jesuit Refugee Service Launches Plan to Help Integrate Immigrants

About a year ago Jesuit Refugee Service/USA staff at the U.S.-Mexico border realized something about many migrants’ journeys: They needed as much help settling into their final destinations as they did when they first entered the country. This week, the organization launched a new initiative to respond to that need

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US to Begin Accepting Venezuelan Claims Under New Migration Plan

New programme will allow 24,000 Venezuelans into the US, but most arriving at border with Mexico will be expelled. United States immigration officials are set to begin accepting applications for a new parole programme for Venezuelan asylum seekers, in a plan that will see most Venezuelans trying to enter the US through

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Global Food Crisis Discussion and Faith in Action

Discussion Instructions: Read the Catholic Relief Service Emergency Update on the Global Food Crisis for 2022, and then consider the questions below. READ THE UPDATE “The increasing interconnectedness of our world calls for a moral response, the virtue of solidarity… A more just world will likely be a more peaceful

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An Urgent Threat to Native Families at the Supreme Court

The United States government has a long history of attempting to eradicate tribes through the forced removal and assimilation of Native children. This heinous tactic has been wielded against tribal nations and Native children repeatedly since European settlers arrived – and it is happening again now. In just 30 days,

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Third Sunday of Lent

Each Lent, Christians raise the two short and direct questions to Jesus. They are the questions of John the Baptist: “Are you the one? Or should we expect another?” Jesus’ first way to answer that is to show us in an earthly way: he heals the blind, he defeats Evil

Second Sunday of Lent

People utilize Lent for all sorts of mixed motives. Lent may be the season to jump start New Year’s Resolutions. It may be that time of year to reignite prayer, to revitalize relationships, to lose weight, to avoid chocolate, give up whiskey, end the salty language, and get away from

Third Sunday of Lent

Each Lent, Christians raise the two short and direct questions to Jesus. They are the questions of John the Baptist: “Are you the one? Or should we expect another?” Jesus’ first way to answer that is to show us in an earthly way: he heals the blind, he defeats Evil

Second Sunday of Lent

People utilize Lent for all sorts of mixed motives. Lent may be the season to jump start New Year’s Resolutions. It may be that time of year to reignite prayer, to revitalize relationships, to lose weight, to avoid chocolate, give up whiskey, end the salty language, and get away from

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