1. JRS Fund Raising Video

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    • JRS Short Film Festival Workshop: Lights, Camera, Action!

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      Lights, Camera, Action! - A free workshop on Pre-Production as part of the Filmmaker Workshop Series for the John Rosenfeld Studios Short Film Festival. Special Guests: Jeremiah Jones - http://www.100to1productions.com/ Patrick Cavanaugh - http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0146941/ Mike Nelson, of Samy's Camera - http://www.samys.com/ To View JRS Short Film Festival Offical Rules: http://us5.campaign-archive2.com/?u=6fc99b94e0f3d8c772c2409bc&id=26acd436c2&e=b858080e01 To View Previous JRS Short Film Festival Films http://jrsshortfilmfest.tumblr.com/

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      • JR'S OCEAN BAR & GRILL

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        JR'S OCEAN BAR & GRILL 601 BOARDWALK SEASIDE HEIGHTS, NJ 08751 732-793-0800 WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/JRSOCEANBARANDGRILLNJ WWW.TWITTER.COM/JRSBARSSH SHOT & EDITED BY: ANTHONY NIEVES OF NIEVES TV

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        • Jesuit Refugee Service PSA

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          An animation dealing with myths surrounding refugees in South Africa.

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          • Jesuit Refugee Service/USA serves immigration detainees

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            (Washington, D.C.) February 6, 2014 — Jesuit Refugee Service/USA provides direct service via the Detention Chaplaincy Program. The JRS/USA chaplaincy programs provide pastoral and religious assistance to meet the needs of non-citizens detained by the Department of Homeland Security in three U.S. federal detention centers located in Texas, Arizona, New York. These programs enable people of all faiths to have access to pastoral care within their faith tradition. During 2013, Jesuit Refugee Service/USA chaplaincy programs coordinated 1,339 religious services, 504 religious teachings, and 582 spiritual support sessions in which 50,566 detainees participated. JRS/USA's chaplaincy staff spent nearly 1,071 hours of direct service offering religious services, religious teachings, and spiritual support. In addition, our chaplains spent 1,086 hours visiting detainees in special housing units as well as another 1,655 hours providing detainees with religious items, processing requests for religious diets. Volunteers played a significant role by giving more than 1,538 hours for religious services, religious teachings, and spiritual support. Learn more on our website: http://www.jrsusa.org/services

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            • A Message for the People of Syria from Syrian Americans

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              Last fall, Dr. Raymond Khoudary organized a fundraiser with friends in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. Dr. Khoudary is originally from Aleppo, Syria. He and his family and friends raised about $70,000 to help Jesuit Refugee Service accompany and serve the people of Syria. Learn more about JRS in Syria on our website: http://jrsusa.org/syria

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              • Accompanying people in detention

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                Jesuit Father Richard Sotelo discusses the Jesuit Refugee Service/USA mission of accompaniment, and how it has helped inspire him to minister to detainees at the federal detention center in El Paso, Texas, for 15 years. Fr. Sotelo notes that the spiritual aspects of accompaniment flow both ways. The Jesuit Refugee Service/USA chaplaincy programs provide pastoral and religious assistance to meet the needs of non-citizens detained by the Department of Homeland Security in three U.S. federal detention centers located in Texas, Arizona and New York. These programs enable people of all faiths to have access to pastoral care within their faith tradition. During 2013, Jesuit Refugee Service/USA chaplaincy programs coordinated 1,339 religious services, 504 religious teachings, and 582 spiritual support sessions in which 50,566 detainees participated. JRS/USA's chaplaincy staff spent nearly 1,071 hours of direct service offering religious services, religious teachings, and spiritual support. In addition, our chaplains spent 1,086 hours visiting detainees in special housing units as well as another 1,655 hours providing detainees with religious items, processing requests for religious diets. Volunteers played a significant role by giving more than 1,538 hours for religious services, religious teachings, and spiritual support. Learn more on our website: http://www.jrsusa.org/campaigns_focus?TN=PROMO-20100907030248

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                • Voices, forgotten refugees in Jordan

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                  • Dialogue is the best hope for peace in Syria

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                    Jesuit Refugee Service in Syria is focusing mainly on two fronts: emergency relief to those in greatest need and educational activities. Both of these efforts enhance reconciliation and co-existence amongst people of different socio-economic and faith backgrounds. The Syrian tragedy has been deepening for almost three years. What started as a call for reforms by some Syrians has escalated into a full-scale conflict. Today the conflict involves radical, extremist elements and foreign involvement on both sides. Meanwhile the broader international community has not yet succeeded in creating the necessary conditions to halt the tide of bloodshed despite the desperate pleas of a majority of Syrians for an end to the conflict. "We want to be men and women of peace, and we want in our society, torn apart by divisions and conflict, that peace break out!" With these words Pope Francis recently captured both the tragedy of the war in Syria and the profound longing of Syrians for peace. This echoes the same clear message that JRS workers, their families and local Syrian communities wish to send to the international community. Read more: http://jrsusa.org/RefugeeVoice_Detail?TN=DTN-20131215051023

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                    • Accompanying the displaced in Syria

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                      Accompaniment is an essential element of the mission and methodology of Jesuit Refugee Service/USA. To accompany means to be a companion. In Syria and surrounding countries, JRS accompanies people displaced by the conflict. As Jesuit Refugee Service Middle East and North Africa Regional Director Fr Nawras Sammour S.J. says, "Accompaniment is a sign of love. If we love we are able to do things." Read "Dialogue is the Solution in Syria, not War" at http://jrsusa.org/RefugeeVoice and learn more about JRS in Syria: http://jrsusa.org/syria

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