What We Do
Justice and Ecology

The mission of the Office of Justice and Ecology (OJE) is to help the president and provincials of the Jesuit Conference of Canada and the United States reflect the Jesuits’ work for reconciliation on issues such as immigration and economic, criminal, juvenile and environmental justice.

The OJE is the voice of the provincials to the Church, governments, nongovernmental agencies and others, advocating on behalf of the poor and other marginalized communities and encouraging others to do the same. The OJE serves as the principal liaison with the international Society of Jesus, particularly with the Secretariat for Social Justice and Ecology at the Jesuit Curia in Rome.

Equally as important, the OJE helps the Jesuit Conference fulfill the mandate of General Congregation 36 for developing Jesuit, Ignatian and other networks by collaborating and cooperating with various groups and encouraging them to live a faith that does justice.

Contact us at jcoutreach@jesuits.org.

Staff


Ted Penton, S.J.
Secretary of the Office
of Justice and Ecology
 

Cecilia Calvo
Senior Advisor on
Environmental Justice


Matt Cuff
Senior Policy Advisor


Caitlin-Marie Ward
Senior Advisor on
Migration



Elizabeth Vincent
Advocacy and
Communications
Associate







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