JustFaith

JustFaith at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church

A JustFaith Information Session will be held in the church on Tuesday, August 11, 2020 and will begin at 6:30 pm.  If you are interested in learning more about JustFaith please attend and please invite friends who also have an interest.  Register to attend  by clicking HERE

Click here to read "An Invitation to Participate in JustFaith" by Fr. Mark Watson

 

JustFaith program summarized by Jack Jezreel

 

JustFaith at SEAS introduced by Fr. Mark Watson

 

See what others are saying about their experience of the JustFaith program:

"The JustFaith Program is life changing. It not only opens your eyes to see more clearly the injustices in our world but it expands your awareness of others in everyday life in your own community. It can 'soften your heart' and give you the grace to become a kinder and more loving person.”

"It opened my eyes to the enormous injustice experienced by the poor, the immigrants,  and by the legal system, primarily minorities."

"Our group shared similar goals, and we learned of different opportunities where we could get involved and make a meaningful difference."

"On account of JustFaith, I became more compassionate toward others, especially those different."

“After JustFaith, I now understand why summoning the courage to speak up for justice is so important to our faith.” 

"I will join again and hope to build on the impact it had on me."

"The JustFaith group experience exposed me to books and videos on social justice topics that I would probably not have explored on my own.  The program is very well organized.  The hope is to build a more just and peaceful world."

"Each person in the group shares his experience and wisdom with the group.  It is an opportunity to meet and get to know new people.   On outgrowth may be to possibly guide the participant into an area of involvement in their communities that they may not have know about before the JustFaith experience.  I would recommend participation in a JustFaith group."

"Just Faith changed the entire way that I practice my Catholicism. It goes beyond scripture, history and catechism. It’s more of an active living of the Faith. I became much more aware of issues like immigration, poverty and the environment, but in a way that forces me to use my faith as a lens through which I view these things. I am now more confident about putting words and thoughts into action."