Educating, advocating and creating awareness around social justice topics affecting our communities in an effort to raise the level of action & response.
Mission: Our mission is rooted in the Gospels and the social teachings of the Roman Catholic Church. We are neither right nor left, Republican nor Democrat, but we formulate our agenda by the standard of human dignity that is reflected in our faith tradition.
Operating as usual
SF Catholics for Life and Social Justice
Middle East Report to find out more please visit
catholicsmobilizing.org Me uno a mis hermanos obispos de este estado en sostener el SI a la Proposición 34 en la votación del 6 de noviembre. Nosotros los católicos consideramos sagrada la vida humana y creemos que, también en el ejercicio de la justicia, el respeto de su santidad deba prevalecer en cómo tratamos a los dem...
Urge Governor Brown to Sign the Trust Act TAKE ACTION NOW visit www.sflifeandjustice.org
Bishop Jaime Soto in conjunction with all bishops in California says YES to Prop 34 to listen and read more visit http://www.sflifeandjustice.org/death_penalty
sflifeandjustice.org Archdiocese of San Francisco and SAFE CA
Bishop Cirilo Flores says: Death Penalty is NOT Justice...To read his stament go to www.sflifeandjustice.org
sflifeandjustice.org Voting is the most basic and important role of citizens in a democracy and elections are the single most influential moment in shaping the path of our nation, our state and our communities.
Middle East Report to find out more please visit
Seventh Street Plaza
San Francisco U.S. Federal Building – 90 Seventh St., San Francisco, California for more information visit www.sflifeandjustice.org
Urge Governor to Maintain Compassionate Release Policy
As Prisoners Shift to Local Jurisdiction, Common Sense Regulations Should Follow
visit www.sflifeandjustice.org to TAKE ACTION now!
[08/29/12] Urge Governor Brown to Sign SB 9 into Law and you can also You can also voice your opinion by calling Governor Brown's office: 916-445-2841
Campaign to Replace Death Penalty with Life in Prison Without Possibility of Parole
Voting is the most basic and important role of citizens in a democracy and elections are the single most influential moment in shaping the path of our nation, our state and our communities.
In the Catholic tradition, participation in public life is both a moral and an ethical obligation. And as with any such decision, the Church offers guidance.
[08/15/12] Dream Act press conference on steps of Grace cathedral 11AM, August 15th. Moving slowly for reasonable comprehensive immigration reform!
Help Save Our Religious Freedom... in 60 seconds or less
Text FREEDOM to 377377 to defend your right to live by your faith
Labor Day Statement
Placing Work and Workers at the Center of Economic Life
Bishop Stephen E. Blaire of Stockton
See the important message Cardinal Timothy Dolan has for you Faithful Citizen
usccb.org View examples of Faithful Citizenship, take a video quiz and more
"Responsible citizenship is a virtue,
and participation in political life is a moral obligation."
restorejustice.com Restore Justice - Healing and support for everyone affected by the criminal justice system
Juney 8, 2012
Here is George Wesolek, speaking at the Friday, March 23rd, 2012 "Stand Up For Religious Freedom Rally" in San Francisco, organized by the California Civil R...
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CALIFORNIA CATHOLIC CONFERENCE STATEMENTON ENDING THE USE OF THE DEATH PENALTY IN CALIFORNIA
Read it on http://www.sflifeandjustice.org
Please join us Tuesday, September 28th
Vigil to abolish the death penalty in California! Read more at: http://www.sflifeandjustice.org/
sflifeandjustice.org Ripples from the One Voice of Faith .7 Now! ConferenceAn Ethical Imperative for People of Faith and Practice
INCONVENIENT TRUTHS ABOUT STEM-CELL RESEARCH
Read good analysis at www.sflifeandjustice.org
Judge stops federal funding of embryonic stem cell research. Read the ruling and story at www.sflifeandjustice.org
Prop 8 Ruling ignores Evidence,Precedent, and Common Sense
Read more at www.sflifeandjustice.org
"The abandonment of Catholic education" Read new Blog entry on www.sflifeandjustice.org Blog
Read the Op-ed from the SF Chronicle by Archbishop Niederauer "The poor must be spared in state's budget cuts" http://www.sflifeandjustice.org
"Boxer and Partial Birth Abortions" read more on www.sflifeandjustice.org
sflifeandjustice.org Ripples fromthe One Voice of Faith .7 Now! ConferenceAn Ethical Imperative for People of Faith and Practice
"SUICIDE BILLBOARD IN SAN FRANCISCO!" read more on www.sflifeandjustice.org
A Family Needs your Help - Catholic Charities CYO is the hands and the face of Christ of the people of the Archdiocese of San Francisco in reaching out to the poor and vulnerable. Through its office of Refugee and Immigrant Services, CCCYO welcomes the stranger in our midst as we obey the words of Mtt. 25, “I was a stranger and you welcomed me.” ... read more on www.sflifeandjustice.org
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Connecting individuals from all walks of life in order to nurture & establish them as exceptional leaders in Christ; while fulfilling the great commission.
A Christian community of Episcopal congregations and organizations in the greater San Francisco Bay Area.
We are a connection of souls, hands, and hearts passionate about making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world. We are diverse, innovative, collaborative, compassionate, giving, joyous, hopeful. We are the Bay District.
Founded in 1976, the Institute for Catholic Educational Leadership is recognized nationally as a prototype of collaboration and cooperation between Church schools and Catholic universities.
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In our belief that all people are created with sacred worth, we honor inclusiveness, support diversity, welcome all to our fellowship, and strive to serve all in the Calvary family and the broader community who seek support and spiritual growth.
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