Educate with NETWORK
The Catholic Social Justice principle of participation calls us to inform ourselves about the issues of the day, to engage in serious conversations with our neighbors about our nation’s future, and to learn to listen to different perspectives with empathy. This responsibility to participate means each person must be equipped with the resources needed to do so.
Whether you want to learn about taxes on your own or lead a training on how to “Mend the Gap” with your faith community, NETWORK has educational resources available for you. Please email our Grassroots Mobilization team with any questions or comments, or fill out this form to request a NETWORK staff presentation.
Watch past NETWORK webinars on the latest policy and advocacy developments. Watch here.
An interactive toolkit to equip you and your fellow Justice Seekers to take part in the 2020 Election with us. Learn More.
Illuminating the reality of poverty in the United States today. Learn More.
Study the policies that led to worsening inequality over the past 40 years and explore solutions. Learn more.
The principles that inspire our work. Learn more.
What created, and is sustaining, the racial wealth and income divide in the United States. Learn more.
This guide confronts our nation’s history or racism and the ways racism continues today, including in our federal policies. Learn more.
Highlighting the important aspects of our democratic system, the impacts on democratic representation, and what’s needed to create a more faithful democracy. Learn More.
A collection of resources from experts on the policies that will help our nation to flourish sorted by Mend the Gap issue. Learn more.
A starting point to having conversations for change. Learn more.
Examine the impact Pope Francis’s leadership has had on U.S. politics. Learn more.
An Interfaith conversation on how we share our nation’s wealth. Learn more.
The federal budget is the clearest embodiment of our national priorities. Learn more.
Voting is a civic right and a moral responsibility. Learn more.
Fixing our broken system and keeping families together. Learn more.
Resources to accompany Sister Simone’s book. Learn more.