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Spring/Summer 2014 Issue of JPIC Report Available On-Line April 28th, 2014

JPIC-Report-Fall-2010The Spring/Summer 2014 issue of JPIC Report is now available on line as a PDF. It will soon be available in print form.

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You can find all issues of JPIC Report on this website in the Resources section. (Download a PDF of the latest issue)


Solidarity with the Fast for Families Seeking Immigration Reform December 14th, 2013

1504144_10200817076938892_573122049_n[1]On November 12th, activists and faith leaders in San Antonio, Texas, offered support to the fasters on the Mall in Washington, D.C. calling for the US Congress to take action on immigration reform. As the D.C. fast came to an end, members of the San Antonio community participated in two activities designed to keep consciousness of the effects of the fast alive.

In the morning, a press conference was held at the Cesar E. Chavez Education and Legacy Foundation to announce the beginning of the passing of the “cruzita” (cross), much like Cesar Chavez did during his famous hunger strike. The Foundation passed a cross to its members asking them to fast for at least a day, to let people know why they are fasting, and then to past the cross on to someone else.

In the evening, as people gathered for prayer and Mass at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in the inner city, the Foundation came to the church to announce the passing of the cruzita and to ask organizations and individuals, “Who will join this fast?” Community volunteers made small crosses and offered them to people as they entered the church. All 20 crosses that were made were accepted and more could have been distributed. San Antonio will continue to raise its voice for justice and dignity for immigrants.

(With gratitude to Patti Radle, a member of the Oblate JPIC Committee who helped to organize this fast for families, and Fr Bob Wright OMI, who also participated in the event.)

Bob Wright and Patti Radle are on the left.

Bob Wright and Patti Radle are on the left.



Marching for Immigration Reform in San Antonio October 9th, 2013

WP_20131005_009The immigration march last weekend in San Antonio went well despite a lot of competition from other good causes!! About 300 people turned out to call on Congress to pass a Comprehensive Immigration Reform bill. An interesting march is planned for San Antonio on October 16 and 17. People will walk 30 miles through Rep. Lamar Smith’s district, taking in some of the small rural areas, to try to influence his position on immigration. Other advocacy actions are also being planned.

Thanks to OMI JPIC Committee Member, Patti Radle, for this information!


Patti Radle Interviewed on Upcoming Trip to the World Social Forum February 4th, 2011

Ms Patti Radle, based in San Antonio, will represent the U.S. Oblate JPIC Committee at the upcoming 2011 World Social Forum (WSF) in Dakar. In a short video interview made by the JPIC staff using Skype, she shares her expectations about the trip. The WSF will run from February 6 to 11.

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New Videos Showcase JPIC Work Among Oblates and Affiliates December 2nd, 2010

The Oblate JPIC Office is now creating videos to showcase work in the Oblate world on Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation. The first is with Canadian Oblate priest, Fr. Renaud, OMI of St. Paul University, Ottawa, Canada on the JPIC Formation of university students.

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OST Students Minister to the Homeless at Haven for Hope April 22nd, 2010

Oblate Students at Haven for Hope

OST Students at Haven for Hope with Patti Radle, Oblate JPIC Committee member and Haven for Hope Board Vice-Chair

Students from the Oblate School of Theology are taking an active part in the spiritual services on the campus of the Haven for Hope, a non-profit, 22 acre campus in San Antonio, Texas with comprehensive services for the homeless.

On April 26th, after four years of planning and construction, the Haven for Hope will open its doors, hoping to serve as a national-model of opportunities for human transformation.

Read a short article on this partnership sent by Patti Radle, OMI JPIC Committee member and vice-chair of the Haven for Hope Board of Directors (Download PDF)

Learn more about Haven for Hope on their website

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