- USCCB Office of Justice, Peace and Human Development (JPHD)
- Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD)
- Catholic Relief Services (CRS)
- Justice for Immigrants/Immigration Ministry (JFI)
- Parish Social Action Ministries
- Domestic and Global Solidarity Ministries
- HIV/AIDS Ministry
- Veterans/Military Ministry
- Care for Creation Ministry
Justice & Peace Ministries
Justice and Peace Ministries staffs the Bishops of the Archdiocese of Atlanta and supports archdiocesan clergy, parishes, schools, ministries and organizations on matters of justice and peace, as well as issues of social concern. Grounded in Catholic social teaching, we focus specifically on education, awareness and advocacy resources, programs and opportunities. We are committed to deepening the capacity of Social Action Ministries, thus helping to empower all Catholics to answer the call to love of God and neighbor by actively engaging in the social mission of the Church.
Racism still profoundly affects our culture, and it has no place in the Christian heart. This evil causes great harm to its victims, and it corrupts the souls of those who harbor racist or prejudicial thoughts … People are still being harmed, so action is still needed.”
– U.S. Bishops, Open Wide Our Hearts: A Pastoral Letter Against Racism
Upcoming Justice & Peace Ministries Events
Advocacy Action Alerts
Demand an Ethical COVID-19 Vaccine
The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) along with leaders of many healthcare, bioethics, and pro-life organizations, is urging the Trump Administration to make sure that vaccines for COVID-19 are developed ethically and are free from any connection to the exploitation of abortion.
Ask Congress to Address the Mental Health Impact of the Pandemic
In the best of times, we know it is hard to get mental health treatment and support, and the coronavirus is making it much worse, especially for people in crisis. And more people than ever, including essential workers, are experiencing a need for mental health care.
Please help by asking your members of Congress to address the mental health impact of the coronavirus pandemic.