Marianist Social Justice Collaborative. This is a collaboration between several Marianist societies that focuses on social teaching and justice.

Minneapolis/St. Paul Archdiocese Office of Social Justice. The best site for CST and social justice, OSJSP has some great resources for teaching and spreading social justice.

Marianist Lay Network of North America (MLNNA). Not a huge source of CST info, the MLNNA is still helpful in learning about the Marianists and getting involved in the Lay society.

St. Vincent de Paul Society. Another good source for volunteering, they have both a year-long volunteer program and one-time volunteering.

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB). The USCCB is an assembly of the Catholic Church hierarchy who work together to unify, coordinate, promote, and carry on Catholic activities in the United States. There is a tag on bottom left-hand side about social justice issues and a link for news.

Catholic Charities. A good group to volunteer for to learn about social issues. There is a national site and a local one.

Adele Social Justice ProjectA weekend retreat that educates for social justice and is the first step to bringing justice to the city. They have no up-to-date webpage right now, but feel free to touch base with University Ministry to find the local contact.

US Marianist Blogspot. Several of the posts are dedicated to quoting from the Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church.

The Arc of San Antonio. Today, the Arc’s mission is to enhance the quality of life for people with developmental disabilities.