THE TWO FEET OF SOCIAL JUSTICE
Monday, February 25
Sister Jeanne Wingenter, School Sisters of Notre Dame, St. Paul, Presenter
In every faith tradition, there is some emphasis on caring for the needy, feeding the hungry, sheltering the homeless through prayer and action; the “two feet of social justice.” The first three words of the Constitution — “We, the People” — remind us that it is our duty as citizens to “promote the general welfare.” We do that not only through our prayer but also through our charity and our advocacy on the personal and governmental level. It is our duty to support and demand a government of the people, by the people and for the people. That is social justice. It’s a long-term commitment.
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