Another great Christmas reflection for our Christian Supporters!

Here is another great reflection on worker justice and the Christmas holiday written by Sister Maureen McDonnell. For similar reflections check out our resources page! Christmas, great Feast of Light, is here!  “The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light; upon those who dwelt in the land…

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Merry Christmas from ICWJ to our Christian Supporters!

The following reflection on the connection between Christmas and worker justice was written by Pastor Nick Utphall of St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church. For similar reflections on other holy days see the resources page of our website. The familiar words of the Christmas story say, “In that region there were shepherds…

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Solstice Greetings from ICWJ!

The following reflection on the connection between Solstice and economic justice was written by Rev. Darrel Richey of James Reeb Unitarian Congregation. For similar reflections on other holy days see our resources page. Winter Solstice—The Birth of Religion We are in the time of the Winter Solstice. Solstice, which from Latin…

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Happy Hanukkah from ICWJ to our Jewish Supporters!

The following reflection on the connection between Hanukkah and worker justice was written by Rabbi Jonathan Biatch. For similar reflections on other holy days check out our resources page! As Hanukkah approaches (the holiday begins at sunset on December 20), Jews remember the oppression under which their ancestors of the…

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