About Justice

Rev. Peter-Hans Kolvenbach, S.J. "The Service of Faith and the Promotion of Justice in American Jesuit Higher Education"

University of Scranton Education for Justice Task Force Report 2005

Ignacio Ellacuria, S.J. Commencement Address Santa Clara University 1982

Global Climate Change

Lay Discipleship for Justice in a New Millennium

Rerum novarum (The Condition of Labor)

Rwanda: A Society in Transition, a power point presentations by Aloys Mahwa, S.J.

Articles, fact sheets, guides to media, etc. are available from the Education for Justice Office on themes like the following: the common good, stewardship of creation, dignity of the human person, rights of workers, option for the poor and vulnerable, international development, promoting peace and nonviolence, global solidarity.


" Injustice is rooted in a spiritual problem,
and its solution requires a spiritual conversion of each one's heart
and a cultural conversion of our global society
so that humankind, with all the powerful means at its disposal,
might exercise the will to change the sinful structures afflicting our world."

- Rev. Peter-Hans Kolvenbach, S.J.
Pride, Passion, Promise: Experience Our Jesuit Tradition