Caring for Our One Human Family

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Through service and monthly meetings, explore themes of Catholic Social Teaching:

We're seeking Energetic, Hardworking Students to be PROJECT LEADERS!

Project Leaders can . . .

on Rights & Responsibilities

on Option for the Poor and Vulnerable

Work with Johnson County Interfaith Coalition

on Solidarity & Call to Family, Community, and Participation

on Life and Dignity of the Human Person

on the Dignity of Work

on Care for Our Common Home

. . . or work on whatever social justice issue you care about most.

We in the Regina community hope that our commitment to social justice will deepen our faith and strengthen our ties to one another. We draw inspiration from the words of Dorothy Day: "A pebble cast into a pond causes ripples that spread in all directions. Each one of our thoughts, words and deeds is like that. No one has a right to sit down and feel hopeless. There is too much work to do."

Catholic Social Teaching is founded on the life and words of Jesus Christ, who came "to bring glad tidings to the poor . . . liberty to captives . . . recovery of sight to the blind"(Lk 4:18-19), and who identified himself with "the least of these," the hungry and the stranger (cf. Mt 25:45).

Catholic social teaching is built on a commitment to the poor.

We are called to reach out and to build relationships of love and justice.

Every human being is created in the image of God and redeemed by Jesus Christ, and therefore is invaluable and worthy of respect as a member of the human family.