Justice Peace Integrity of Creation

Justice, human rights and social needs must be at the heart of all ministries and so justice, peace and integrity of creation
must be nurtured as part of the IBVM identity, being, formation and living. Getting JPIC into our DNA requires that deep transformation of heart, soul and will, and is a life-long journey for each person.

Central to this journey is the need to:

IBVM Corporate Stance on Human Trafficking

As members of the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary, an international and multicultural congregation of women religious, we pledge to work for the eradication of all forms of human trafficking and its causes, particularly among women and children, wherever we live and minister.    Adopted September 2014 at General Congregation in Loyola, Spain. Read more  

Province Contacts

Australia Libby Rogerson libby.rogerson@loreto.org.au
England Kathryn Keigher kathrynkeigher@gmail.com
Mauritius Therese Yaw therese.ykt@gmail.com
South Africa Elizabeth Donnan edonnan@zamtel.za
USA Frances McCarron ibvmfm@aol.com
Eastern Africa Pauline Macharia pnyambmach@gmail.com

Groups we Collaborate With

Solidarity with South Sudan

Religious congregations together training teachers, nurses, midwives, local farmers and community leaders in the youngest country in the world.

JPIC Commission

The JPIC Commission promotes and supports the integration of JUSTICE, PEACE & INTEGRITY OF CREATION (JPIC) in the life and mission of the Union of Superior Generals (USG) and the International Union of Superior Generals (UISG) and their member congregations.  It is responsible for animating men and women religious in justice, peace and integrity of creation according to the vows of the evangelical life, through experience, social analysis, spiritual reflection and action.

Africa Europe Faith and Justice Network (AEFJN)

AEFJN is a Faith-based International Network present in AFRICA and in EUROPE, established in 1988.  It promotes economic justice between the European Union and sub-Saharan Africa so that the poor of Africa may look forward to a better future.