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“The General Office for Justice, Peace and the Integrity of Creation (JPIC) at the Curia of the Friars Minor assists the Minister General and his Definitorium by animating and coordinating all that which has to do with Justice, Peace and the Integrity of Creation, in conformity with the General Constitutions, the General Statutes, and the decisions of General Chapters and Plenary Councils of the Order” (JPIC-SS, Art. 1)

 

 

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Pope calls for a day of prayer for peace over Ukraine situation

Expressing concern over the increasing tensions that threaten peace in Ukraine, Pope Francis calls for Wednesday 26 January to be a day of prayer for peace.

Worship and background material for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2022

The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity is an international Christian ecumenical observance kept annually around Pentecost in the Southern Hemisphere and between 18-25 January in the Northern Hemisphere.

God makes fraternal unity among us possible through the gift of his Son Jesus

At Christmas, we commemorate the entry of Christ’s light into the world; he comes for everyone, not just a select few.

JPIC Office in El Salvador: 25 years of journeying, spirituality, and prophecy

In the Convent of the Conception Church in San Salvador, on October 12, 1996, the JPIC Office, then known as the Office of Justice, Peace, and Ecology of the Franciscan Friars in El Salvador, was inaugurated. This past October 12, we have already commemorated, grateful to the God of life, 25 years since that event so impacting the Franciscan charism in our country.

Sister Providence Social Project

In early December 2020, the community store “Sister Providence” opened its doors

JPIC Italy elects New Council

The meeting was opened by the Minister General, Br Massimo Fusarelli. He invited the animators to change the paradigm, from the human being as dominus to the human being as frater, living in communion with all