Justice Corner

The Justice Corner is devoted to the subject of Justice and will cover, over time, these topics:  what is meant by Justice, especially Social Justice; the Catholic principles of Justice; and critical Justice issues that are seriously impacting our community, our nation and the world. We will also provide some suggestions for action on these issues that readers may wish to consider taking.

Examples of Catholic principles of Justice to be addressed are these: the God-given dignity of every individual, and the implications of this for each of us; our responsibility to practice Justice; and Jesus’ call to us to care for the poor, and for the integrity of all of His Father’s creation.

Justice issues to be covered will include topics such as poverty, trafficking in women and children; corruption and greed, discrimination, and so on – the list is long. We will endeavor to cover topics of particular interest to our readers, and we will respond to email questions from them.

Co-Editors are Tom Cull, head of St. Jude’s Justice and Peace Ministry, and Deacon Joe Manion, who has devoted considerable time to Justice since his ordination to the deaconate sixteen years ago. You may connect with Tom and Joe about your suggestions and comments on The Justice Corner by emailing us at tom@saintjudetheapostle.org.

Articles

September 3, 2017 - Just Action

July 30, 2017 - Moving into Action II

July 9, 2017 - Poverty and Hunger Part III

June 11, 2017 - The Justice Issues of  Poverty and Hunger – Part II

May 21, 2017 - Poverty and Hunger - Part I

April 23, 2017  - Expanding our Coverage on the Webpage

April 2, 2017 -  Who’s Responsible for Justice?

March 12, 2017 - The Three Legs of Justice

February 19, 2017 - Human Dignity and Justice

February 5, 2017 - The Justice Corner

January 15, 2017 - What Do We Mean By Justice?