Justice, Peace and Ecology Articles

The is a common perception that it’s predominantly Central American migrants, but this perception does not match the reality on-the-ground. In fact, Haitian migrants have…

The St. Columban House of Hospitality for Migrants in Santiago, Chile provides food, shelter, lodging, and a welcoming place for the many migrants arriving in Chile.

I believe that conservation begins with conversation - listening to each other, to God, and to all of creation. When we are attuned to the voices of love, justice, peace,…

Each of us has a small part to play in caring for one another, defending the oppressed, and giving aid to the most vulnerable members of creation, which includes our…

uring this Holy Week and Easter season, are we open to the possibility that a transformation might take place in our room, similar to the transformation that the disciples…

History teaches us that pandemics can change things dramatically and Covid-19 will change history dramatically.

Learn the tools to have effective and transformative one-on-one conversations about social justice issues as well as how to organize your community to achieve advocacy “…

On April 1, the Biden administration announced the end of Title 42, a public health policy used as pretext to deny asylum seekers their right to safety. But what does the…

Migrants arriving at the US/MX border are often fleeing crippling poverty, environmental destruction, extreme violence, political instability, and other serious threats to…

After over 40 years of working to protect the environment, what have Columbans learned about how to best care for creation? What lessons can people of faith implement in…

While addressing climate change is urgent, we must also be mindful that our planet and the lives of thousands of species are also in danger because of biodiversity loss.…

The true meaning of our Lenten fast is to stand in solidarity with the poor and more justly distribute the resources of the earth. This message is even more urgent now…