Website of the Blessed Oscar Romero Catholic Worker Community of Oklahoma City. As described by the title, this web site offers visitors access to Catholic social justice teachings, and much, much more. It offers links to webzines on social justice, energy conservation, and the issue of sustainable living. It also offers links to other Catholic teachings such as spirituality and orthodoxy, links to prayers, an online bookstore, links to commentaries on a variety of issues, links relating to Scripture, and links devoted to Mary. This site is ideal for Catholic educators who, as described in the web site, are called to promote the study, practice, and spirituality of Catholic social justice teachings, and/or who are charged with the noble calling of eradicating hard-heartedness, complacency, skepticism, indifference, and hubris. All Catholic educators, especially those who teach religious studies and courses, which address social justice issues, would benefit from this site. — John Babic
US Catholic timeline of justice events and key justice texts.-LM
Center for Concern has extensive justice links. Parts of the site require a paid membership.–LM
From St. Mary’s Press: “Whatever you do to the least of these, that you do unto me.” This passage from Matthew 25:31-40 provides the framework for the corporal and spiritual works of mercy. Many times people think of these works directed to strangers, but this article challenges us to look at how these good works are lived in our family and workplace.
Religious and lay missioners based in Scarborough, Ontario have long had an interest in justice issues particularly those related to interfaith dialogue.-LM
This are the search results of CCCB website for justice issues.–LM
Theology Library Justice Links (scroll down)
CARFLEO’s Justice Links