Faith in Public Life

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Faith in Public Life brands itself as a "strategy center advancing faith in the public square as a positive and unifying force for justice, compassion and the common good."

Arrested for Promoting a "Clean Dream Act"

In February 2018, the Faith in Public Life announced that "40 Catholic faith leaders were arrested in an act of nonviolent civil disobedience as they called on Congress to pass a clean Dream Act" in a press release.[1]


The following individuals were arrested at an event sponsored by PICO National Network, Columban Center for Advocacy and Outreach, Conference of Major Superiors of Men, Faith in Public Life, Franciscan Action Network, Ignatian Solidarity Network, Jesuit Conference Office of Justice and Ecology, Leadership Conference of Women Religious, Little Friends for Peace, Maryknoll Office of Global Concerns, National Advocacy Center of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd, NETWORK Lobby for Catholic Social Justice, Pax Christi International, Pax Christi USA, Sisters of Mercy of the Americas, and The Stuart Center of the Society of the Sacred Heart, as listed on a Google Doc linked from the Faith in Public Life website:[2]



The following religious leaders were involved with the initiative from which the organization was created:[3]


2020 Board Faith in Public Life.

The following worked on the staff for the organization as at August 23, 2010:[4]

Rev. Meg Riley, Board President


The following worked on the staff for the organization as at August 23, 2010:[5]

Faithful America

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Faithful America was founded on June 15, 2004 and is sponsored by Faith in Public Life. It operates out of 1101 Vermont Avenue, 9th Floor Washington, DC 20005.[6]


Faithful America is manned by the following staff members of Faithful America:[6]


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