Spirituality and Social Justice (SSJ)

Spirituality and Social Justice (SSJ) is a ministry grounded in Gospel values and Catholic Social Teaching, which integrates social justice and spirituality to promote an active and lifelong commitment to living both prayerfully and justly.

"[A]t the center of all Catholic social teaching are the transcendence of God and the dignity of the human person.  The human person is the clearest reflection of God's presence in the world (#74, Empowered by the Spirit)."

SSJ Team - Fall 2018

Callie Huus, Sarah Dischinger, Aaron Voth, Anna Scheel, Maddie Krumel.

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In SSJ, we strive to live out justice through prayer recognizing that the will and energy to work for justice come from God and that justice is unsustainable if not for the 'refueling' that comes from God. Our programs and events strive to promote that connection between spirituality and justice.  We offer opportunities for Education, Advocacy, and Action.  For more information or to see a full list of this year's events, click below.

If you have any questions, comments, programming suggestions that you would like to see on campus, or if you are interested in becoming an SSJ volunteer please email our team at [email protected] - we would love to hear from you!

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