Please join us in celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Details can be found above for events on both the Lakeshore and Health Sciences Campuses. Loyola's MLK Service Day website.
You can also join us for a service opportunity at Project CURE in Woodridge, IL, on Monday, January 20, from 9AM-12PM. Click here to register.
The HSC Ministry Team
Health Sciences Campus Ministry Loyola University Chicago | 2160 S. First Avenue, Bldg. 120 Room 270 | Maywood IL 60153 Phone: 708.216.3245 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A gathering of the Loyola, Proviso, and Chicagoland community to discuss advocacy and strategies to reduce violence in our communities.
Date and Time: Wed, February 12, 2020, 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM CST
Location: Loyola University Health Sciences Campus, CTRE Auditorium
2160 South 1st Avenue, Maywood, IL 60153
For more information and to register:
Census Information: January 11, 2020, 1-3pm
200 S. 5th Ave, Maywood, IL 60153
Census Recruitment Information: January 22, 2020, 3-4pm
121 S. 5th Ave, Maywood, IL, 708.343.1847
It's now time to put forth our best effort to assure that Maywood is counted!!!!
Come out to learn more about how you can support Maywood's efforts to have a complete Census2020 count. Sign up to be a volunteer and/or pick up information to share with your family, neighbors, and friends.
2020 is a very important Census year when decisions will be made about dollars directed to your community based on population count.
For further information, contact the Mayor's office - 708-450-4486 or 708-450-4492, or email@example.com
See invitation below. See attachments. Pass the word!!!!! Every body counts!!!!
Penguin Foot Pottery is having it's Winter Pottery Sale
Sunday Dec. 15, 12-5pm.
Support PP4H members who will be there selling their wares!
IN THIS ISSUE: Staff Announcements, Leadership and Community Organizing Training, Holiday Party,
CSPL Launches Economic Justice Campaign & Hires New Organizer!
We are thrilled to announce that after a process of prayer, discernment and discussion, CSPL's Board of Directors recently voted to form a third pillar of our campaign work, which will be focused on Economic Justice.
Our work to address many of the most important issues of our time also requires a faith driven and radical commitment to addressing the root causes of poverty. By making Economic Justice a central part of our work alongside our efforts on Safety and Violence Prevention and Immigration, we will be able to focus on addressing poverty at a much deeper and more fundamental level by mobilizing the leadership of grassroots faith communities and the teachings of our Catholic faith.
In light of this, CSPL has hired a full-time organizer to fill this position! We are thrilled to announce that Gabriel Lara will be joining us as a full-time staff member beginning Monday, November 4th.
Gabriel is an extremely talented and faith-driven grassroots community organizer with over 12 years of experience mobilizing the skills, energy, and vision of community members impacted by injustice. He is driven to promote economic, social, and racial equity through co-developing sustainable community-driven solutions. Gabriel was instrumental in founding the Quinn Center as its first Executive Director and he was also vital in the founding of CSPL as our first Board President before transitioning off the board to accept this position. He was born and raised in Guanajuato, Mexico, and has lived in Chicago for over 25 years. He is currently pursuing his Master of Divinity (MDiv.) at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago as a Romero Scholar. We are thrilled that Gabriel will be joining our staff! Welcome him today by emailing him at firstname.lastname@example.org
CSPL In The News
CSPL is proud to have recieved considerable news coverage in the past few weeks due to the hard work of our Immigration Committee and our Safety and Violence Prevention Committee. Visit the Village Free Press to read about the success of Smart Routes to School, and visit Univision to see their coverage of our departure for El Paso.
Immigration Committee In the weeks following the pilgrimage to El Paso, our Immigration Committee has been diligently reflecting and discerning next steps. Join us on Tuesday, November 12 at 6pm to discuss sustained action towards immigration justice.
Census Committee The Census Committee is devoted to ensuring every individual is counted in the 2020 Census. Attend our next meeting on Tuesday, November 5 at 6pm to discuss our plan moving forward.
Pilgrimage to El Paso
Participants in the El Paso Pilgrimage have spent the past few weeks reflecting on their journey and discerning how to fully convey all that we learned and experienced. In the following weeks we'll be hosting additional group reflections to process the pilgrimage and discuss how we can work towards sustained action for justice.
More than 70 Catholic leaders and students from 9 Catholic Universities joined us and we were able to cover the trip costs for the majority of our leaders! This pilgrimage would not have been possible without the support of all of our members, but we still have about $5,000 to raise to fully cover the expenses. If you feel called, we invite you to make a donation today. A donation of any amount, whether it is $5, $25, or $100 will go a long way in helping us cover the remaining costs.