Each year the Bishops issue a major statement for the coming year on Social Justice Sunday the last Sunday in September. Related materials are produced including ten step leaflets, prayer cards, liturgy notes, community education resources, powerpoints etc. To order hard copies from previous years' Social Justice Statements, download an order. SOCIAL JUSTICE SUNDAY. Sunday, September 2, 2018. Sunday, September 2nd has been declared as “Social Justice Sunday” in Black Churches across the United States. “Social Justice Sunday” will serve as the kick-off to the “Call to Conscience – Forward to Action” event to be held September 5th and 6th in Washington DC. Social justice Sunday 2018. Each year the Australian Bishops issue a major statement for the coming year on Social Justice Sunday the last Sunday in September. The 2018–2019 Statement, titled A Place to Call Home: Making a home for everyone in our land, is a response to the growing problem of homelessness in Australia. Social Justice Sunday will be celebrated this year on 30 September. I am writing to inform you about the Catholic Bishops’ Social Justice Statement and how you can access it. The 2018–2019 Statement, titled A Place to Call Home: Making a home for everyone in our land. The 2018-19 Social Justice Statement focuses on A Place to Call Home Making a Home for Everyone in Our Land. The Social Justice Statement confronts homelessness and the housing crisis facing Australia. We are called to make all feel welcome and the importance of ensuring their dignity, value and wellbeing are maintained.
The last Sunday of September is designated by the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference as Social Justice Sunday. The social justice aspect of Christian teaching and action will be emphasised at Masses today, but we need to be aware that worship and justice are always intimately connected. 2 SOCIAL JUSTICE STATEMENT 2018–2019 A PLACE TO CALL HOME MAKING A HOME FOR EVERYONE IN OUR LAND The Australian Catholic Bishops Conference thanks those involved in the drafting of the Social Justice Statement for 2018–2019 including Frank Brennan SJ AO, John Ferguson, Susan Duric, David Brennan, Liz de Chastel, Kimberley Doyle, May Lam, Gerard. Social Justice Sunday Liturgy Notes. September 30, 201826th Sunday in Ordinary Time. Social Justice Statement 2018–2019. A Place to Call Home: Making a home for everyone in our land. Social Justice Calendar 2018 Secondary Schools. FEBRUARY. 30 World Day Against Trafficking. 1–7 World Interfaith Harmony Week 2 World Wetlands Day. 8 World Day of Prayer, Reflection and Action against Human Trafficking 13 Apology Anniversary Australia 13 Shrove Tuesday 27. 14 Ash Wednesday Development 20 World Day of Social Justice. JANUARY. Social Justice Sunday Liturgy Notes. September 24, 201725th Sunday in Ordinary Time. Social Justice Statement 2017–2018. Everyone’s Business: Developing an inclusive and sustainable economy.
25 September 2018. Featured Articles Australian Catholic Social Justice Council. Each year the Bishops issue a major statement for the coming year on Social Justice Sunday the last Sunday in September. Related materials are produced including ten step leaflets, prayer cards, liturgy notes, community education resources, powerpoints etc. 01/10/2018 · This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue. Watch Queue Queue. 24/09/2006 · SOCIAL JUSTICE SUNDAY. The fourth Sunday of September is designated by the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference as Social Justice Sunday. The social justice aspect of Christian teaching and action will be emphasised at Masses today, but we need to be aware that worship and justice are always intimately connected. Social Justice Sunday is held annually on the last Sunday in September. “Justice is the Body of Love ~ Love is the Soul of Justice” John Dominic Crossan Resources for Social Justice Sunday. The Climate Action Team at University Unitarian Church is pleased to announce that Peter Kalmus, the author of Being the Change: Live Well and Spark a Climate Revolution, will be featured at Social Justice Sunday on July 8.
The Australian Catholic Bishops’ Social Justice Statement for 2018-19 is titled A Place to Call Home: Making a home for everyone in our land. Please keep this in mind as we celebrate Social Justice Sunday on 30 th September. The Social Justice statement is available to read HERE. Resources for Social Justice Sunday on NCCA website. Here’s a link to the 2014 Social Justice Sunday resources. “We do not think ourselves into new ways of living, we live ourselves into new ways of thinking.” Richard RohrExcellent resources on this website: Worship Materials: Justice and Peace William L. Wallace The Prophetic Voice.
City of Pittsburgh Social Justice Sunday. September 30, 2018. I consider it a wonderful blessing to be here in Pittsburg today. Particularly, to worship again at the historic Ebenezer Church, to be with Pastor Vincent Campbell. To see his wife, Jamie and their children is special for my wife, Jackie and me. By Sr Louise McKeogh FMA, Catholic Outlook, November 2016 Social Justice Sunday on 25 September 2016 saw a most significant and meaningful launch of this year’s Australian Catholic Bishops Social Justice Statement at Sacred Heart Parish, Blackheath. Pastors Asked to 'Call the Nation to Its Conscience' Sunday, September 2nd, has been declared as "Social Justice Sunday" in Black Churches across the United States. "Social Justice Sunday" will serve as the kick-off to the "Call to Conscience - Forward to Action" event to be held September 5th and 6th in Washington DC. "Historically.
The Australian Church will celebrate Social Justice Sunday on 25 September. The Australian Catholic Bishops’ Social Justice Statement for 2016-17 is entitled A Place at the Table: Social justice in an ageing society. It celebrates the value, dignity and significant contributions of older people to the life of the community. Bishop Vincent. HOMILY FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE SUNDAY 2018 26TH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME YEAR B. Mk 9.38-48 Num 11.25-29, James 5.1-6 These are strong words all the way, from Eldad and Medad. 07/10/2018 · This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue. Watch Queue Queue. Background to Racial Justice Sunday. The Methodist Church has celebrated Racial Justice Sunday RJS since 1989, on the second Sunday in September. Since September 1995 RJS has become an ecumenical event celebrated in Britain and Ireland. RJS moved to the second Sunday in February, with effect from 2017.
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