Collaborative Center for Justice (ccfj.org)
Founded in 1999, the Collaborative Center for Justice is sponsored by six religious congregations of women in Connecticut. The Sisters of St. Joseph of Chambéry work with five other religious congregations in the Center for Justice: Daughters of the Holy Spirit; Daughters of Mary of the Immaculate Conception; Sisters of the Congregation of Notre Dame; Sisters of Mercy of the Americans, Northeast Community; and Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur. Other religious congregations supporting the Center are: Daughters of Wisdom and School Sisters of Notre Dame.
Rooted in the Gospel and committed to Catholic social teaching, the Center advocates for systemic change and educates individuals about social justice so that we may make a positive difference in the lives of people who are poor and disenfranchised.
The Center advocates and educates on such issues as human rights, economic equality, racism and the plight of immigrants and refugees.