Toward an Economy of Love; Inheriting a Faith that Does Justice

Project Post – Week 1 Part 1 My street, Gordon Drive, was special. All the parents were friends, all the kids walked together  to our local Catholic parish school, Holy Family. Most families participated in Christian Family Movement (CFM) groups, and my parents were even the “President Couple” for our diocese. Dad was a quietContinue reading “Toward an Economy of Love; Inheriting a Faith that Does Justice”

Integrating Justice to Transform Quality of Life; Tying it all Together

For the past 10 years I have been in what the Jesuits would call a period of “formation.” I have traveled extensively, immersed in the lives of the poor and marginalized. From my first trip to Honduras, I was smitten. I fell in love with the poor. They treat me like a queen, treasure myContinue reading “Integrating Justice to Transform Quality of Life; Tying it all Together”