Catholics for Peace and Justice
Our Mission - “And the fruit of justice is sown in peace for those who cultivate peace.” James 3:18.  Responding to our baptismal call, Catholics for Peace and Justice strives to nurture faith in action for peace and justice for all people through prayer, education, and social action. Our belief and actions are grounded in Sacred Scripture and the tradition of Catholic Social Teaching. The goal of CPJ is to support the Church’s “consistent ethic of life,” which sees war, poverty and human rights abuses, as well as abortion, as part of the “culture of death” often condemned  by Saint Pope John Paul II.
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CHANGES TO PUBLIC CHARGE
AFFECTING IMMIGRANTS
The administration published a proposed rule that would make it much more difficult for immigrants to apply for legal immigration status in the United States. The proposed rule would drastically expand the definition of what it means to be a public charge, which could prevent an immigrant from maintaining or obtaining legal immigration status.




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Become a tutor to help adult refugees from Myanmar [Burma] learn English and prepare for Citizenship. For information email Pat Roehrig, at proehrig@wi.rr.com or call 414-461-5592 at St. Michael’s Parish, 1445 N. 24th Street