INTERCOMMUNITY JUSTICE MINISTRY (ICJM) is a collaborative Ministry of Catholic Sisters living in Metropolitan St. Louis. The goal of ICJM is to speak with a united voice to effect change on some local justice effort. Presently seven congregations collaborate in ICJM.
Barbara Jennings, email@example.com
MARIAN MIDDLE SCHOOL, the only all-girl middle school in St. Louis, provides an educationally challenging environment. Adhering to the Nativity model of education, these young girls commit to an intense 10-month, 12-hour schedule where they develop critical thinking, problem-solving, leadership, and life skills that will take them successfully into the next chapter of their academic career.
Marian Middle School
St. Louis, MO 63116
ENGLISH TUTORING PROJECT provides tutoring for new immigrant/refugee children at four Catholic elementary schools in South City. Students are referred by their teachers and/or principal. Tutoring sessions take place on site during school hours.
English Tutoring Project
4330 Olive Street
St. Louis, MO 63108
INTERCOMMUNITY ECOLOGICAL COUNCIL, begun in 2001, consists of representatives from 15 women religious congregations and representatives from one (1) male congregation as well as an ecozoic center. IEC collaborative ministry flows from a commitment to eco-spirituality which sees all creation as sacred. They are called to act individually and communally with justice to promote a sustainable healthy environment for all species.
Contact: Judith Ann Bell, FSM, Jamb02@cs.com
THE MIDWEST COALITION FOR RESPONSIBLE INVESTMENT (MCRI) is a coalition of treasurers and social justice directors from area religious communities. MCRI assists its members to use their financial resources to reverse situations of injustice while working in dialogue with corporations. MCRI also monitors corporate social responsibility in areas such as human rights, access to health care, product safety and integrity of creation. MCRI is affiliated with the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR), a research, education and action-oriented organization headquartered in New York City.
Midwest Coalition for Responsible Investment
Sister Barbara Jennings, CSJ
The Sarah Community came to be in 1999 through the collaboration of five congregations of religious women to provide quality service for the long-term care and retirement needs of their members and the general public with respect, compassion and a spirit of welcoming hospitality. The “houses” of the community are home to many neighbors. Catholic sisters and people of all faiths and traditions live in Naomi House’s independent living apartments, in the assisted living apartments of Veronica House, and in Anna House with its skilled nursing care.