The Hunger of the World. Communion and social justice. Margaret scott. Author: The Eucharist and Social Justice , Paulist Press, 2009 Former Director: St. Raphaela Retreat Center, Havertown, PA
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Christ is fully present
but no transformation
What does that mean?
realities Christ calls us to address in the world
…in the symbols of
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formation as a participant and
follower of Christ
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by ritual meal (I Corin.10-11)
in local congregations
each other and the other
global and local
on behalf of the poor
and its non-human
March during the “solidarity” trade union
strike in Communist-controlled Poland, 1970’s1
On December 2nd, 1980, Ursuline Sister Dorothy Kazel, lay missionary Jean Donovan and Maryknoll Sisters Maura Clarke and Ita Ford were brutally raped and murdered while serving the poor in El Salvador, by that country's national guard. Archbishop Oscar Romero had been assassinated the previous March.
Some connections which sustains life and gives hope.