Weavers of Justice (Dayton)

The Weavers of Justice cultivate vibrant social ministry in greater Dayton by:

  • Building focused and strategic social justice efforts integral to each parish and pastoral region
  • Enhancing effectiveness of social justice efforts through coordination of transformative education rooted in scripture and Catholic Social Teaching
  • Developing an action agenda linking parishes and pastoral regions to regional, national and international efforts addressing critical social justice issues.

Members of the Weavers of Justice

  • St. Albert the Great
  • Ascension
  • St. Benedict
  • St. Charles Borromeo
  • St. Francis of Assisi
  • St. Helen
  • Holy Angels
  • Holy Trinity
  • Immaculate Conception
  • Incarnation
  • St. John the Baptist, Tipp City
  • St. Leonard Faith Community
  • St. Luke
  • Mary, Help of Christians
  • St. Mary
  • Our Lady of Grace (formerly Corpus Christi and Our Lady of Mercy)
  • St. Peter
  • Precious Blood
  • Queen of Martyrs
  • St. Rita
  • Catholic Social Action
  • Good Shepherd Ministries
  • Sisters of the Precious Blood
  • St. Vincent DePaul Society
  • Catholic Social Services of the Miami Valley
  • Fitz Center for Leadership in Community (UD)
  • Marianist Social Justice Collaborative

The Weavers of Justice meets on the fourth Monday of the month.  The group is currently meeting virtually.  If you are interested in joining our discussion, please contact our office.

Weavers of Justice Resources

Action Center

Catholic Social Teaching calls us to not only understand and deepen our faith but also to live our faith. Whether through advocacy, education, faith sharing, or public action, we all must practice our faith in our every word and deed. As James 2:17 says, “Faith without works is dead.” Please check back often to our Action Center for various ways that you and your community can speak out with compassion and solidarity for justice and peace.