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This triweekly electronic newsletter shares news, resources, tools, and opportunities for action from the U.S. bishops’ Department of Justice, Peace and Human Development, to help Catholics love their neighbors near and far.
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Explore the website of the U.S. bishops’ Department of Justice, Peace and Human Development to learn more about the bishops’ work on the margins in the United States and around the world.
The U.S. Catholic bishops’ Committee on Cultural Diversity in the Church is providing resources to help Catholics reflect on the Church’s role in the critical moment in history half century ago when Americans awakened to pleas for justice, civil rights, human rights and the eradication of racism. This web page includes writings on civil rights, catechetical resources, videos, a timeline of Catholic involvement in the civil rights movement, and more.
The CRS Faculty Learning Commons provides opportunities for faculty members and other academic leaders to enrich student learning experiences by tapping into CRS’ expertise in global development and humanitarian response around the world. CRS develops online academic reading material and hosts opportunities for classroom interaction with CRS’ global staff. Examples of recent modules include Peace in the Middle East, Human Trafficking and Emergency Response.