Justice

We commit

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  • to promoting the dignity and liberation of all, especially women and children
  • to challenge unjust systems and structures
  • to standing with those on the edges of society
  • to showing reverent care for the earth and all creation.

In it’s commitment to Justice, Peace & Integrity of Creation, the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary acts in solidarity with other organizations and groups that share similar aims. These include other religious congregations, parish and diocesan organizations, ecumenical groups and other Faith Traditions.

Justice, Peace & Integrity of Creation

Justice, Peace & Integrity of Creation are words that were first used by the World Council of Churches (WCC) in an appeal to all Christian churches to make public commitments and to undertake common action on threats to life in the areas of justice, peace and integrity of creation. The phrase JPIC is a way of describing the Christian’s responsibility to make God’s reign visible in the world by bringing Good News to the poor and excluded, exposing oppression and living in solidarity with those on the edges of society.