Peace & Justice

Peace & Justice

Ministry Description

Our Peace & Justice ministry is rooted in Catholic Social Teaching. Ours is a very alive and participatory ministry. We strive to bring the light of the Gospel to bear on the social, economic, political, cultural, and environmental spheres of life. Our focus is the common good of all our sisters and brothers around the world, with particular emphasis on the poor and oppressed.


All are invited to take part in our meetings on the second Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m.

Events & Activities

Following the urging of Pope Francis, we are currently facilitating a process so that our parish can welcome and sponsor a refugee family.

Each year we take part in the Bread for the World Offering of Letters. Together with many other Christian communities in all the country, we write personal letters to our Senators and Representatives, as they prepare the budget, on behalf of the neediest people in our own country and around our world.

From time to time, we host Fair Trade sales in order to purchase from producers in foreign countries, so that they get a fairer price for their product. The goal also is to remind us all that as consumers, we are invited to be aware of the moral as well as the financial impact we can have on the economy.

We are also ready to support all local, national, and international issues that seek peace through actions on behalf of peace and human rights.

Contacts: Dan Driscoll-Shaw and Jim Proctor

Click on the link below to access the latest statement from the leaders of US Bishops regarding terrible border conditions.

USCCB on Border Crisis 6/19

Click on the link below to learn how to urge our government to resettle 30,000 refugees in 2019.

Migration and Refugee Services Action Alert

Click on the link below to read the statement by Bishop Conlon regarding the migration action alert.

Statement by Bishop Conlon