Catholics for Peace and Justice
is an organization of people in southeastern Wisconsin who affirm the Church's teaching on human dignity which upholds a "consistent ethic of life" for all.
We are concerned about the state of our nation and world. We see a world threatened by war, terrorism, growing economic inequality, environmental catastrophe, and divisions between religions, nations, races, genders, and ethnic groups. We call on Catholics, and all people of faith, to consider whether their political and economic beliefs and actions are reflective of their faith.
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Greater Together Prayer Service
Healing the Legacy of Segregation
Prayer Service - 
Healing the Legacy of Segregation
Wednesday, April 22
6:30 to 8:00 pm
Catholics for Peace and Justice in collaboration with the Greater Together Coalition  will be holding a prayer service to bring people together with the intention of  making positive change in our community.  Join Catholics for Peace and Justice and the Greater Together Coalition for prayer, music and fellowship. Reflections will be offered by Sr. Shawnee Daniels-Sikes of Mount Mary University and Rev. Jason Butler of Transformation City Church. As people of faith we will unite our prayers to call for increased understanding among the people of our community as well as an end to the violence, poverty and racism in our midst. 
People of all faiths are welcome to participate.   
Location: Redeemer Lutheran Church 19th and Wisconsin

Featured Book: 
A Father at War: Reflections of a Father Whose Son Fought in Iraq
 by Francis Pauc

Advocating for Peace, Justice, Human Dignity and the Empowerment of Others
Join with others in our community advocating for the poor and disenfranchised. Advocacy works when we work together.



"Inequality for All" Next Screening – May 19

Prayer Service Healing the Legacy of Segregation
 April 22 at Redeemer Lutheran Church