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On this site we come together to exchange information about the Church and social justice and to support working people in their struggles. We promote the cause of workers and Catholic social teaching in our labor unions, parishes and other organizations.

ONLINE EVENT: Catholic Labor Network’s 25th Anniversary

March 10, 4pm ET

In the mid-1990s a group of Catholic priests and union activists met while organizing solidarity for the locked-out workers of A.E. Staley in Decatur IL. They proceeded to hold the founding conference of the Catholic Labor Network in March of 1996. Join us and hear a panel of speakers look back at the founding of the Network and its early years. Panelists will include union Seafarer, pastor and spiritual moderator of the CLN, Fr. Sinclair Oubre; Kim Bobo, former Executive Director of Interfaith Worker Justice; and Thomas Shellabarger, former policy advisor to the US Conference of Catholic Bishops. CLICK TO REGISTER

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