Carry the Vision offers tools, support, and inspiration for community leaders who are interested in the power of nonviolence to create positive change & a new way of living. To realize the vision of a nonviolent world, we begin in our own community by preparing ourselves for peace. We must educate ourselves, discover the tools necessary for building a culture of peace and nonviolence, and commit to simple and profound acts that support a better world for all.
A CSA (for Community Supported Agriculture) is a way for the food buying public to create a relationship with a local farm and receive a weekly box of produce. The Catalán's Family Farm is a small family-run farm dedicated to sustainable agriculture and organic farming.
The Catholic Bishops of the United States founded CRS in 1943 as an international relief and development group. Now with a local presence in over 90 countries worldwide, the agency strives not only to help the poor and disadvantaged globally, but also to educate Americans about their moral responsibility to remove the causes of poverty and to promote social justice worldwide.
Collegium is a joint effort by 64 Catholic colleges and universities to recruit and develop faculty who can articulate and enrich the spiritual and intellectual life of their institutions. Learn about our Annual Colloquy for faculty and graduate students, tap online resources and opportunities for scholarship, and discover how our Colloquy alumni/ae are continuing the conversation at home.
Companions in Ignatian Service and Spirituality, The Companions, through a program of prayer and Ignatian spirituality, enriches the experience of committed individuals, fifty and older, involved in community service with the poor, marginalized and socially vulnerable.
Members skip a meal a week and donate the savings each month to feed the hungry. View the newsletter, join, or make a donation here!
Faculties from Santa Clara as well as other universities (Stanford, UC Berkeley) participate in a variety of collaborative research, teaching and outreach projects.
Each year faculty members from the six western Jesuit schools gather at a conference known as "Western Conversations in Jesuit Higher Education." Participants come from Gonzaga University, Loyola Marymount University, Santa Clara University, Seattle University, Regis University, and the University of San Francisco. Designed to probe the mission of Jesuit education and explore the contribution of faculty to such mission, this meeting addresses key questions regarding the schools' identity in today's changing culture. Western Conversations are open to members of any faith tradition as well as those whose beliefs do not have a religious component.