Pax Christi Centering Prayer – September 24
September 21st has been designated by the United Nations as International Day of Peace
As Part of Campaign Nonviolence Week, Pax Christi San Diego invites you to join us monthly for Centering Prayer
Starts Saturday, September 24th 10:30 AM
In-Person in a Private Home Outdoors
This is an excellent opportunity to deepen your relationship with God and meet other like-minded people. You can be a newbie or a veteran of centering prayer to participate.
Please contact Christy at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or to RSVP. You will be given the location address when you RSVP.
2022 Special Message from Pope Francis.
Promoting Equality & Justice
Grounded in the Gospel and Catholic Social Teaching, our mission is to educate and work in solidarity and inclusiveness for justice, equality, respect and dignity for all our brothers and sisters and care for God’s creation.
We accept the obligation to follow Pope Francis’ insistence that we open our closed hearts by EDUCATING our community about the social justice issues that affect us, especially the most vulnerable, and PROMOTING projects, programs, policies that respect the dignity of all, by addressing issues regarding discrimination related to race, gender, sexual orientation, religion; poverty, education, housing, policing, immigration, and care of the planet.
Parish Staff: Father Gerard Lecomte, Deacon Peter Hodsdon
Co-Chairs: Christy Bantugan-Bohan, Shirley Giese
Clare McDonald, Abigail Pablo, Bob Gilleskie, Teresa Perez, Luna Espinosa, Sheyla Tellez, Barbara Meyers and Susan Clark
New Members Always Welcome!
Pax Christi San Diego
We are a national and international Catholic peace and justice movement that seeks to model the Peace of Christ in our witness to the mandate of the nonviolence of the cross. This is a local chapter of Pax Christi USA. Coordinator: Christy Bantugan-Bohan. www.paxchristisocal.org. Meetings are on the third Thursday of the month from 6:30 pm to 8 pm. Email email@example.com for more information.
The Creation Care Ministry advocates through civic and charitable acts, loving concern for, and protection of, all the natural gifts of God. The focus of this ministry is Pope Francis’ 2015 Encyclical PRAISE TO YOU (Laudato Si) On Care for Our Common Home. Email Bob Gilleskie firstname.lastname@example.org more information.
We advocate for the safety and well-being of our sisters, brothers, and children in immigrant families including their health, housing, education, employment, and protection from discrimination.
Catholic social teaching proclaims the dignity of the human person and the sanctity of all human life. Because every life is a gift from God and is sacred, it deserves to be protected and nurtured; we each have a responsibility to fight against the violation and degradation of our brothers and sisters. Eliminating human trafficking and empowering survivors has been a historic concern of the Catholic Church.
Have an interest in learning more or getting involved?
Laudato Si https://laudatosi.com/watch
Alliance San Diego https://www.alliancesd.org
NCICC (North County Immigration & Citizenship Center) https://www.northcountycitizenship.org
The Faith in Action Committee, created in June 2020, is a subcommittee of the St. James-St. Leo Pastoral Council.
Pax Christi San Diego and St. James Faith in Action Committee Virtual Interfaith Panel Discussion
“Bridging the Gaps of Racial Equity as a Faith Community“
Held Tuesday, August 10th
A heart-to-heart dialogue to learn about the underlying issues of racial inequity in our society and explore solutions for change