Welcome— to Hill Connections, an online ministry linking Contemplation and Social Justice, faith with action. Rooted in Servite (Servants of Mary) and Catholic traditions, this site welcomes those of every faith tradition who value community, spirituality, compassion, healing, solidarity, and social justice.
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Sign the Joint Declaration of Religious Leaders Against Modern Day Slavery.

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Urge Apple to go further to protect worker health and safety.

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National Human Trafficking
Awareness Month

Jan 11-Feb 8, 2015

Learn more:
January Stop Trafficking issue
Use: Human-Trafficking-Flyer-and-Prayer-Calendar, including a special intention each day

Remember the victims of human trafficking
around the world.

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"Aha" Moments- The Beauty of Sport
Faith Reflection- Welcome the Stranger
Inspirational People- Nick Medley

Perspectives on Social Issues- January 2015
Ritual- Remembering Children Suffering Violence
Spirituality & Art- Hope in Wintertime

White space
A n n o u n c i n g . . .
Mar 14-17, 2015
Washington, DC

FCNL's Spring Lobby Weekend

Mar 29-30, 2015
La Crosse, WI

Celebration of Life of Sister Thea

Apr 29, 2015
Madison, WI

2015 Advocacy Day

Healthy Food in your Community:
A Toolkit for Change

Who's under your carbon footprint?

What is your carbon food-print?

10 Ways to Join
the Sharing Economy

Trustmark Label
for Certified Produce

Robert Reich on
Raise the Minimum Wage to $15

Wealth Inequality

Robert Reich on
Immigration Reform and the Economy

Holding Corporations Accountable
Shareholder Activism

U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit

United Nations' Reports
Climate Change

Haiti's Successful
Green Schools

Safer Storage for Nuclear Waste

Torture Is A Moral Issue

Nuns Build a Straw House

Interfaith Worker Justice
Worker Justice Resources

Green America's
Take Charge of Your Card

Featured Quote
"I am only one, but still I am one. I cannot do everything,
but still I can do something; and because I cannot do everything,
I will not refuse to something that I can do."
Helen Keller

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