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Many Marianists are drawn to social justice. But what is a Marianist perspective on social justice? And what are some characteristics one can use to define it?

 

A new Things Marianist, "How Do Marianists Do Social Justice?"--written by Jim Vogt the director of the Marianist Social Justice Collaborative--examines this topic. Jim uses the work of the Adèle Social Justice Project in crafting the seven characteristics:

 

Saying Yes

Building Community

Living Simply

Hospitality

Joining Voices with the Voiceless

Interdependence

Passion for the Mission

 

Things Marianist "How Do Marianists Do Social Justice?" is ideal as a short introduction to Marianist social justice, as a discussion resource for Marianist communities or groups, and as a background piece for people new to the Marianist Family and its ministries.

 

The cost for this six-page pamphlet is 35 cents each, 30 cents each for 2-25 copies, and greater discounts for larger quantities. (See the chart below for pricing information.)

Individual copies

35¢ ea.

2-24 copies

30¢ ea.

25-99 copies

25¢ ea.

100-499 copies

20¢ ea.

500-999 copies

15¢ ea.

1000+ copies

10¢ ea.

 

To order, contact the North American Center for Marianist Studies (NACMS) by mail, email, or telephone

 

Mail: NACMS

4435 E. Patterson Road

Dayton, OH 45430-1083

 

Email: nacms.orders@notes.udayton.edu

 

Phone: 937/429-2521

 

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