Call to Action is a movement working for equality and justice e in the church and society. The Metro NY chapter is one of 53 local chapters and part of an independent national organization of over 25,000 people.

Our organization challenges Catholics to act for justice and to build inclusive communities through a lens of anti-racism and anti-oppression principles. Your participation at our meetings and your donations to this movement are especially important in these perilous times. Your contributions help us to educate, inspire and activate Catholics to support changes in the Church which will have a positive and profound impact on the lives of its members.


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Catholics & The Climate March

On Sunday, April 23, 2017 in Washington Square North, NYC, our organization and its supporters marched with Rev. Fletcher Harper of GreenFaith and Nancy Lorence of the Metro NY Catholic Climate Movement to bring attention to this very important issue. 

Rev. Harper is an Episcopal priest and a world leader in developing innovative programs linking religious belief and practice to the environment. An award-winning spiritual writer and nationally-recognized preacher on the environment, Fletcher teaches and speaks at houses of worship from a range of denominations nationally and internationally about the moral, spiritual basis for environmental stewardship and justice. He is the author of GreenFaith: Mobilizing God’s People to Protect the Planet (Abingdon Press, 2015). Rev. Harper was instrumental in gathering 20,000 people in the faith contingent of the historic 2014 People’s Climate March here in NYC.

Nancy Lorence, a member of the coordinating team of the Metro New York Catholic Climate Movement, will speak about the engagement of Catholics in the environmental and climate change issues, some of the motivating factors in their commitment, and the various Catholic organizations mobilizing to have a significant Catholic presence at the climate march on April 29th to make a powerful statement about climate change as a moral issue that concerns us all.


WOW… who knew that the hypothetical PAUL RYAN US budget could become a reality post November elections when our Chapter had an AMERICA magazine senior editor talk in October 2016 on “Whether the Ryan US budget is Catholic?”
(Read the entire speech here