Monday, September 21, 2009

Collaborative Center for Justice Airs Sunday, September 27

Sister of Mercy Mary Alice Synkewicz of the Collaborative Center for Justice in Hartford is interviewed by Sister Rosemarie Greco, DW, Wisdom Correspondent for the Conference of Churches' radio program, "Rich Answers."

The program is aired on WRCH, 100.5 FM, Sundays at 5:30-6:30 a.m. The program has a listening audience of 60,000 people. The Wisdom segment is usually aired at 6 am.

The Collaborative Center for Justice, located in Hartford, Connecticut, is a voice to enhance human dignity by responding to injustices experienced by people who are poor and alienated in society. The center does this through advocacy, education, networking and collaboration, guided by the Gospel of Jesus Christ and Catholic social teaching.

In collaboration with St Joseph College, the Office of Urban Affairs of the Archdiocese of Hartford and sponsoring congregations of Women Religious, the center offers programs on Advocacy, Justice, Empowerment for Peace, Welfare reform, Faith and Politics, Human Trafficking, Immigration and Voting for the Common Good.

The supporting congregations of women religious are the Daughters of the Holy Spirit, Sisters of St. Joseph of Chambery, Daughters of Mary of the Immaculate Conception, Sisters of Mercy of the Americas, Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, Sisters of the Congregation of Notre Dame, Daughters of Wisdom, and School Sisters of Notre Dame.

For further information about the Collaborative Center for Justice or to support these justice efforts, visit

This interview with Sister Mary Alice will be aired on Sunday, September 27.