Critical Systemic Change Work Continues

The Twin Cities Community was filled with sadness, fear, frustration, and anger in the days and weeks following the killing of George Floyd on May 25th. Chicago Avenue and 38th Street became the epicenter in denouncing racism and calling for police reform locally, nationally and globally. Our CSJ 2019 Chapter Directions have taken on a clarifying urgency to deepen awareness of our complicity, the need to work towards dismantling interlocking systems of oppression, to acting against racism, and to promote peace and nonviolence. Read more >>>

Past Stories

Reflection on Race in Minnesota

Prayers and advocacy for DACA youth

Anti Human Trafficking Response to 2018 Super Bowl

Coming Together on November 19

CSJs Join St. Kate’s at DACA Rally

Religious sisters host retreat for women working with trafficking victims

Retiring St. Joseph of Carondelet nun helped thousands of immigrants through education

Come Meet Your Muslim Neighbors

Past Prayers

Let Us Stop Arming Our Fear

Prayers for California

Let us pray for Las Vegas

Let us remember International Day of Peace, September 21

Join us in prayer for the people of Texas, Louisiana, and all that have been impacted by Hurricane Harvey.