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Globalization and Catholic Social Thought Image

Globalization and Catholic Social Thought

Published in 2005, this book assesses the meaning of globalization and the capacity of Catholic social thought to understand, reform, and guide it.
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Faith and Freedom: The Life and Times of Bill Ryan sj Image

Faith and Freedom: The Life and Times of Bill Ryan sj

Published in 2002, this book follows the true story of Bill Ryan, sj from his roots in rural Canada, to his years in Washington, D.C., to Europe and back to Canada, charting the wide effect he had in each of those places.
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The Lab, the Temple and the Market Image

The Lab, the Temple and the Market

This book engages with the complex issue of development by putting it into conversation with four faith traditions; it includes a post-script, "Our Way of Proceeding," by Bill Ryan, sj.
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Culture, Spirituality, and Economic Development Image

Culture, Spirituality, and Economic Development

How can human values and belief systems be integrated into our modern economic development paradigm? Bill Ryan sets out to answer this and other questions in this short book.
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World Faiths and the New World Order Image

World Faiths and the New World Order

Comprises the texts of papers prepared for the Interreligious Peace Colloquium, held in Lisbon in 1977.
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Cry of the Poor, Cry of the Earth: What has spirituality got to do with social justice and ecology? Image

Cry of the Poor, Cry of the Earth: What has spirituality got to do with social justice and ecology?

How can we relate spirituality, social justice, and ecology in a way that makes sense and creates change for our modern world? This document offers a summary of some of the responses to this question given at a seminar held in Ontario in 2011.
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The Jesuit Forum

An introduction to the Jesuit Forum.

Laudato Si (A Canadian Response)

This video presents the views of nine prominent (and soon to be prominent) Canadians, including David Suzuki, Maude Barlow, Silver Don Cameron and Gregor Robertson, as they reflect on the Encyclical Laudato Si'. Twenty-three excerpts from Laudato Si' help the viewer read the actual words of the 192-page document.

Joanna Macy: Embracing Pain

Joanna Macy, Ph.D., is a scholar of Buddhism, general systems theory, and deep ecology. In her workshops she counsels the embracing of pain about the world as a way of deepening our connection to it.

Landscape of brightly coloured fields near Sarraud, Vaucluse, France (44°01’ N, 5°24’ E).
There is life in beauty! Escaping temporarily the “rapidification” of our life to pause and contemplate the beauty of nature reconnects us with our innate sense of wonder. And wonder can lead to hope.

© Yann Arthus Bertrand



Le Centre justice et foi (CJF) est un centre d’analyse sociale qui pose un regard critique sur les structures sociales, politiques, économiques, culturelles et religieuses. Il publie la revue Relations, organise les Soirées Relations ainsi que d’autres activités telles que des séminaires, colloques, etc. Son secteur Vivre ensemble développe une expertise sur les enjeux de l'immigration, la protection des réfugiés et la convivance entre Québécois et Québécoises de toutes origines; il publie un bulletin de liaison quatre fois par année.


Regis College is the Jesuit Faculty of Theology at the University of Toronto.   Inspired by the charism of St. Ignatius of Loyola and faithful to the Roman Catholic tradition, Regis serves women and men called to minister to people of many faiths and cultures.


The mission of Canadian Jesuits International is to love and to serve by working with people struggling for social justice and dignity in the world. Together with Jesuit and other partners, CJI responds in solidarity, through awareness raising and advocacy in Canada and supporting partnerships in the Global South.


Website of the Jesuits in English Canada


The Centre is committed to sharing the sacredness of Creation through the spiritual development and education of people, the fostering of community and the care of the land.


The Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection is a research, education and advocacy team that promotes study and action on issues linking Christian Faith and social justice in Zambia and Malawi.


Jesuits and their partners throughout the world are invited to understand and share in the critical work of reconciliation and ecological concern (GC35 Decree 3). Ecology and Jesuits in Communication or Ecojesuit, initiated by the Jesuit European Social Centre (JESC) and the Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific (JCAP), is an online communication currently in Spanish and English, open to all who share in this vision and action. Mission Jesuits and friends are promoting greater awareness of our ecology and engagements through responsibility for how we live, deeper and more sensitive formation and engagement with an even broader global basis for action. These endeavours to heal the world need opportunities for reflection and communication of good information sources, to build up confidence and experiences and exchange best practices. Ecojesuit seeks to offer such.


The Mary Ward Centre for Education, Spirituality and Justice is a Ministry of the Loretto Sisters (IBVM Canada). They seek to promote peace, justice and the integrity of creation. The aim of the Centre is to empower agents of change to create a more just and sustainable world. They provide experiences, celebrations, workshops and events that nourish individuals and groups to move forward to action. By examining and understanding more deeply many of the injustices of our world, the Centre hopes to influence others to create the world in which God intended. The Mary Ward Centre works collaboratively with other religious organizations, educational institutions and faith based justice groups to improve the lives of all of God’s creation.


Développement et Paix est l'organisme officiel de solidarité internationale de l'Église catholique au Canada et le membre canadien de Caritas Internationalis. Les objectifs de Développement et Paix, inspirés des valeurs de l'Évangile et en particulier de « l'option préférentielle pour les pauvres », consistent à appuyer les actions des peuples du Sud pour qu'ils puissent prendre leur destin en mains et à sensibiliser les Canadiens et Canadiennes sur les questions liées au déséquilibre nord-sud. Au Canada même, ce sont les membres de Développement et Paix, partout au pays, qui assument les tâches d'éducation, de plaidoyer et de collecte de fonds.


KAIROS: Canadian Ecumenical Justice Initiatives is a web of people and partnerships dedicated to a faithful and decisive response to God’s call for respect for the earth and justice for its people. A faith-based ecumenical organization, inspired by a vision of God’s compassionate justice, KAIROS effects social change through advocacy, education and research programs in: Ecological Justice, Economic Justice, Energy and Extraction, Human Rights, Just and Sustainable Livelihoods, and Indigenous Peoples. These programs are informed by, and networked with, approximately 21 partner organisations in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East; about eighty local grassroots groups across Canada; as well as with countless other organizations, churches and individuals.


The North-South Institute provides research and analysis on foreign policy and international development issues for policy-makers, educators, business, the media and the general public.


The Woodstock Theological Center is an independent research institute located at Georgetown University that carries out theological and ethical reflection on the most pressing human issues of the day. Drawing on the Roman Catholic tradition, the Woodstock Center is ecumenically open, multi-disciplinary, and collaborative with, among others, the business community, government, religious groups, universities, other research centers, and the media.


The Jesuit Social Justice and Ecology Secretariat (Rome) exists to support and encourage Jesuits and partners in their work for justice and peace worldwide.


International movement of peasants, small- and medium-sized producers, landless, rural women, indigenous people, rural youth and agricultural workers. La Via Campesina defends the values and the basic interests of their members. An autonomous, pluralist and multicultural movement, independent of any political, economic, or other type of affiliation. 148 members are from 69 countries from Asia, Africa, urope, and the Americas.
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