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Prayer Resources for International Women’s Day: March 8 February 20th, 2013

A promise is a promise:

Time for action to end violence against women

Prayer/Reflection Resources are available to help commemorate International Women’s Day. (Download PDF)

Lenten Resources on Immigration February 12th, 2013

As we begin our Lenten journey of prayer, reflection and fasting, we hope these Lenten resources related to immigrants will be useful. Suggestions for Homilists: The Lenten Season and  Lenten Resolutions on Behalf of Immigrants can be found on the USCCB Justice for Immigrants website. These offer materials that the Oblate community and parishes, and other supporters of immigrants, may use in advocating for and educating others on comprehensive immigration reform.

2013 is a very important year to push for the passing of immigration reform and it is absolutely critical that your Senators and Representatives hear from you.

Additionally, you can send a Justice for Immigrants e-post card to Congress by clicking on this link:



Consumer-free Advent/Christmas Resources December 19th, 2012

The Economic Justice Working Group of the USG/UISG in Rome has shared a prayer resource to help recapture the true spirit of Christmas. (Download the PDF here)

Prayer for Boundary Crossers – International Migrants Day (December 18) December 6th, 2012

International Migrants Day provides an opportunity to promote awareness of issues relating to migrants and to increase knowledge of the social, economic and demographic processes affecting families. Our colleagues in Rome at the Commission for Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation (USG/UISG Secretariat) have made available a prayer resource for the occasion.

For copies of the prayer in 18 languages go to:


December 10th: Human Rights Day December 6th, 2011

Celebrate Human Rights Day in your congregation the weekend of December 9-11. The National Religious Campaign Against Torture (NRCAT), of which Missionary Oblates JPIC is a member, has prayers, worship and action resources for Human Rights Day available on their website. Visit NRCAT: Human Rights Day and work to prevent torture.

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