CFJ is happy to work with catechetical leaders who are looking to more fully integrate Catholic Social Teaching and service and justice experiences into their ministries.
- Trying to find a way to make a service experience more meaningful and lasting for your students?
- Hoping to hammer home the connection between faith and service?
- Working on an educational social justice element to supplement service experiences?
CFJ draws on years of innovative programming and our team members’ widespread areas of expertise to provide unique consultation to Catholic parishes and schools. And our ever-growing library is a great place to find resources for youth ministry, justice advocacy and the practice of faithjustice.
To arrange a visit to the CFJ, or to schedule a consultation, please contact Rocky Balsamo.
NETWORK’s Nuns on the Bus
Is Coming to Town to Support
Commonsense Immigration Reform
A “Friend Raiser” Event, co-sponsored by
The Center for FaithJustice and the Church of Saint Ann
Wednesday, May 29th at 7:00 P.M.
1253 Lawrenceville Road, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
Come and learn about the need for sensible immigration reform in our country
and what YOU can do to help!
There is NO CHARGE for this event – bring a friend!
These inspiring women were welcomed last year by thousands of well-wishers
as they traveled from state to state in support of federal budget priorities that address the needs of struggling families.
This year, they are traveling across the United States – 6,500 miles over 15 states – 53 events in 40 cities –
standing with immigrants, faith-filled activists, and Catholic Sisters who serve immigrant communities.
Their message is clear:
We need commonsense immigration policies that reflect
our values, not our fears. Congress must act now!
For More Information on This Event:
Contact Lori Dunn, Church of St. Ann, firstname.lastname@example.org 609 882 6491
Mary Vanderhoof, Center for FaithJustice, email@example.com 609 731 8031
For More Information on NETWORK’s Nuns on the Bus: www.nunsonthebus.org
NETWORK’s Nuns on the Bus is a campaign of NETWORK, A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby
which was founded by 47 Catholic Sisters more than 40 years ago. www.networklobby.org
Mike Laskey was the featured guest on realfaithtv’s episode Justice for All.
Martin Luther King Jr, Day of Service 2012 covered by the Trenton Monitor.
“Community Service: Joy or Burden?” Youth Reporters interview Widian Nicola and discuss how sharing in another’s suffering can bring us to a deeper and more profound sense of joy.
Sean Sanford (CFJ President) awarded the Ignatius Award from Saint Joseph’s University for living a life of “service for others” consistent with the principles of Saint Ignatius Loyola.
The Monitor profiles the Center for FaithJustice as Agents of Transformation.
Widian Nicola interviewed on Catholic TV’s “This Is The Day.”
Widian Nicola and Mike Laskey facilitate a workshop at the Diocese of Trenton’s annual Youth Celebration.
140 people joined in the Center for FaithJustice’s annual Martin Luther King Day of Service.
JusticeworX a long-time part of Enable’s Day Program.
Dime-a-Day project, created by high school participants after participating in JusticeworX, provides food relief in Guatemala.
The Catholic Spirit announces that Center for FaithJustice is a “worthy cause” and reports that CFJ recognized benefactors at our second annual gala.
Melissa Chedid, former LeaderworX participant and current CFJ staff member, selected as the 2010 recipient of the Rich Cunningham New Leader in Justice Award.
JusticeworX’s partnership with Enable, an organization devoted to improving the lives of disabled persons, is recognized in Mercerspace.
Immaculata High School & former Board member Helen Sanford win national Charity and Social Service Honor, awarded by Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception.
Executive Director Sean Sanford profiled in Reflecting on Service and Justice, Saint Joseph’s Style, in the Saint Joseph’s University alumni magazine.