Ways to Get Involved with MSJC 

MSJC is working tirelessly to advance justice across a variety of issues in the United States. We are always looking for passionate people to share their services, time, resources, or ideas with us!

What Can I Do?

Are you interested in learning more about or joining an issue team or another MSJC program? 

HR 763, the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act (EICDA) , is a market-efficient and revenue-neutral approach to reduce the carbon dioxide pollution that is a primary driver of the climate crisis. Introduced by a bi-partisan group of legislators, this bill would reduce national carbon pollution emissions by over 90% by 2050 by pricing carbon at $15 per metric ton and increasing $10 every year. The US Catholic Conference of Bishops has expressed support for the bill. Ask your House Representative to co-sponsor this bill and ask your Senators to introduce a similar bill on a bipartisan basis.


Pray and Act for an End to the Death Penalty on First Fridays. As a way to bring Christ’s mercy to the broken system of capital punishment, Catholic Mobilizing Network (CMN) has initiated Faith and Action First Fridays. Each First Friday, CMN will inform you about timely and impactful educational materials, prayers, and advocacy actions for that month. Your prayers and actions will join with the thousands of actions made by people around the country. Sign up here!


Tell Congress -- Pass the US Citizenship Act
Each day, 11 million undocumented and under documented immigrant people contribute to our society by working essential jobs in agriculture, service industries, and health care. Yet, each day, they worry about being detained and deported. Email your senators and representative, urging them to end that uncertainty by
passing the U.S. Citizenship Act. This bill also prioritizes keeping families together and reuniting family members who were separated.


Tell Congress – Take Action to Protect and Welcome our Afghan Neighbors
Tell your members of Congress that we need an Afghan Adjustment Act. This legislation that would give Afghan arrivals the chance to move beyond a temporary protected status and apply to become lawful permanent residents. Click here for directions on reaching out to your representatives. 


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