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- ASJP is focusing on shorter immersion experiences this year. Have you considered an ASJP experience but couldn't commit to a weekend? Contact us for information on 1 day, half day or evening experiences.
- ASJP is looking for translators to help share resources, especially French, Spanish and Korean. Contact us to help.
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The ASJP was initiated by the Marianist Social Justice Collaborative (MSJC) to enhance social justice interests and awareness, by communicating the gospel message and involving many more Marianist Family members in striving for justice. Young adults are an underserved audience yet a tremendous resource of experience and leadership for our Marianist future. So with Adèle’s appeal we offer weekend immersion retreats for young adults. Soliciting broad MF input, we are also developing a collection of resources that will be available on the web to help participants respond to the call of social justice through the Marianist lens.
Are you a young adult in the Marianist Family (or do you know someone) interested in justice and you:
Have enjoyed Marianist Hospitality–giving and receiving it?
Like Mary, want to “Say YES!”?
Have thought about Joining Voices with the Voiceless?
Like the idea of our global family spirit, our Interdependence?
Want to “Live Simply” while caring for creation?
Are interested in Building Community for the Common Good?
Have some “Passion” for the mission?
Want to know more about Adèle de Batz de Tranquelleon, foundress of the Daughters of Mary Immaculate?
Consider joining us for an Adele Social Justice Project Immersion (ASJP) Weekend.
We bring to your region, weekend immersion retreats for young adults (ages 22+) that focus on the relationship between our Marianist charism and social justice. These retreats are customized with the help of local communities to help to build a “passion” for the mission as identified by participants. We also provide resources for the entire Marianist Family on the above characteristics that help us identify the call of social justice within a Marianist context.