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Who We Are


 

The Social Justice Ministry of Queen of All Saints is a faith-based group dedicated to following the call to love God and to love our neighbor as ourselves. Even more importantly, the group believes we are called to love our neighbor as Jesus loves us. This ministry recognizes the dignity of all people and the respect due to them. It is committed to the eradication of racial and ethnic barriers and the promotion of a climate that recognizes social injustices and responds accordingly. Following scripture, tradition and the Principles of Catholic Social Teaching, the mission of the Social Justice Ministry of Queen of All Saints is to work for justice through programs of education, dialogue and action. All parishioners are invited to join us in this mission. We welcome your input, energy and faith commitment. E-mail us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .



Our History

social justice pic 1The Social Justice Ministry of Queen of All Saints grew out of Workshops on Racism and Ethnic Sensitivity (WRES) sponsored by the Archdiocese of Chicago. This initiative had its roots in a process Cardinal Bernadin initiated in the late 90’s and was continued under Cardinal George, who established the Office for Racial Justice in 2000. For a history of the Workshops, see the Office for Racial Justice. See also Cardinal George’s pastoral letter, Dwell in My Love.

 

social justice pic 2Growing out of the Workshops on Racism and Ethnic Sensitivity and as part of our parish commitment to promote racial and ethnic equality, the Queen of All Saints members of WRES formed what was originally called the Task Force on Racism. Later the name was changed to the Social Awareness Ministry, and finally, The Social Justice Ministry. Each name represented a step in our growth from awareness to advocacy.

 

 

 



Our Future

The Social Justice Ministry is guided by the Principles of Catholic Social Teaching in its programs of education, dialogue and action. We invite you to read the Principles of Catholic Social Teaching. They are considered “the best kept secret” in the Catholic Church. We welcome your input, energy and faith commitment. Email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

For additional information please see the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops text Justice, Peace and Human Development.


 

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Oktoberfest - Sun., 9/24, 1 pm, on the front lawn!

Bereavement Support Group begins - Sun., 10/1, 1:30 pm, Holy Name Room in the Lemont building, more info here

Anointing of the Sick Mass - Sat., 10/7, 5 pm Mass in the Basilica

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6280 N. Sauganash Avenue
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