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Call to Action Pittsburgh is on Facebook

For information, news stories, events and more visit
Call to Action Pittsburgh's Facebook page.

When Facebook users "like" the page, they will receive updates when new items are posted.

Voice of the Faithful

A movement of the spirit.


Some of the goals of VOTF:

  • Giving the laity a voice
  • Calling for full accountability in our church
  • Strengthening the arm of justice
  • Helping restore integrity, transparency, and good judgment to our church.
  • To return our priests, the laity and church leadership to the work we are called to do establishing the Kingdom of God on earth.

Torture Abolition and Survivors Support Coalition Int'l

TASSC is looking for voices against torture. Many victims and survivors find themselves voiceless in a world that often claims ignorance of their situation. The TASSC web site provides each of us an opportunity to add our voice calling for an end to torture. On the web site you will find articles, a bookstore, commentary and events including the upcoming Annual UN International Day in Support of Torture Victims and Survivors on June 26.

Urgent Action for people of Darfur

We are once again witnessing genocide in Africa. Please visit www.AfricaAction.org. They have a sample letter which you can edit and email to President Bush.

Please know that a local group is planning an event April 2-3.

The Interview With God

The Interview With God is a website of a hauntingly beautiful video, accompanied by music, in which a child of God shares a dream of God's responses to questions that resonate deeply in the heart.

To activate the video click the "view presentation" icon

Culture of Conversation

Ephphatha! Be Opened!

Cultureofconversation.org is a web site created by leaders of diverse organizations who are calling for a culture of conversation to transform the culture of silence that prevails in our Church.

Submitted by Theresa Orlando

Quixote Center

The Quixote Center was founded in 1976 in Hyattsville, Maryland. Their projects have included equality for women and men in church and civil society, spirituality, ministry for lesbian and gay people, and church reform.

A Course in Miracles

A website for the spiritual path known as The Course In Miracles has recently been developed. "The Course" is a spiritual path devoted to the teachings of Jesus through the inspiration of the Holy Spirit focusing on love and forgiveness.
Submitted by Rose Marie Hogan

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